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Palestinian man shot dead for trying to cross barrier in West Bank

According to the Israeli military, Israeli forces shot and killed a Palestinian man who attempted to enter Israel via a barrier in the occupied northern West Bank.

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According to the Israeli military, Israeli forces shot and killed a Palestinian man who attempted to enter Israel via a barrier in the occupied northern West Bank.

The Israeli military reported on Sunday that soldiers “fired upon a suspect who attempted to illegally cross the security fence” near the city of Tulkarem in the northern West Bank.

The force fired upon him in accordance with policy. The suspect was given medical attention.”

The Palestinian Ministry of Health verified the man’s passing and identified him as Mahmud Eram.

According to a spokesperson for the Sheba hospital in central Israel, the Palestinian guy died from his wounds.

According to the health ministry, a Palestinian news agency said that Israeli soldiers killed Eram at the Jabara military checkpoint. He was from the southern Gaza Strip city of Khan Younis.

In a separate incident in occupied East Jerusalem, a Palestinian teenager without an Israeli entry permit attacked a police officer outside the Old City before being shot on the spot, according to a police statement.

The cop was sent to the hospital in a moderate condition, according to police, and physicians reported that the kid also survived.

Police also said on Sunday that Israeli police had arrested two Palestinians suspected of murdering three people in a stabbing incident near Tel Aviv’s Elad colony last week.

Following a massive manhunt, two Palestinians, identified as Asad Yusef al-Rifai, 19, and Subhi Imad Sbeihat, 20, were apprehended near a quarry not far from Elad.

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