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Israel Kills Four Palestinians in Raid on Jenin in Occupied West Bank

HeadlineMar 28, 2024

In the occupied West Bank, Israeli forces killed at least four Palestinians Wednesday. Three of them were killed in an overnight air raid.

Amira Ararawe: “I started screaming, and my nephew was with me. I was calling for an ambulance or a car and calling on the people to come and help us to move bodies from the ground. People came to help because the ambulance was late because the checkpoint was closed. We carried Hamza, and he was still breathing. But when we reached the ambulance, he died.”

The Palestinian Health Ministry says at least 450 Palestinians have been killed in the West Bank since October 7. Another 4,700 have been wounded, and over 7,300 have been detained.

Also in the occupied West Bank, a gunman opened fire near the town of al-Auja. The Israeli human rights group Looking the Occupation in the Eye said the three injured included two Israeli activists who were on their way to help Palestinian shepherds.

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