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Israel arrests 29 Palestinans in occupied West Bank after deadly stabbing of Israeli settlers

AP , Ahram Online , Sunday 23 Jul 2017
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Israeli soldiers walk near the home, where a Palestinian broke in the day before and stabbed four Israelis killing three of them, in the Jewish settlement Neve Tsuf, in the occupied West Bank, on July 22, 2017 (Photo: AFP)
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The Israeli military says it has carried out a wave of arrests in the West Bank following a deadly stabbing attack against three Israeli settlers in the occupied Palestinian territories.

The military says Sunday that forces arrested 29 people, including nine members of the Hamas militant group.

A 20-year-old Palestinian assailant infiltrated the illegal settlement of Halamish late Friday and stabbed four settlers, killing three, hours after Israel attacked Palestinian worshippers at Al-Aqsa Mosque, killing three and injuring more than 200.

Israel has arrested tens of Palestinians since Friday.

The number of Palestinians killed by Israel since Friday's clashes stands at six. 

 

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