Tuesday, August 2, 2011

Israeli troops kill two Palestinian in the West Bank

The Israeli army raid in search of militants suspected in Kalandia refugee camp (Ramallah) has completed early in the morning with the deaths of two Palestinians.

The Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, said that "there was a clear Kalandia intent to harm the soldiers have the obligation and right to defend itself" while Palestinian spokesman, Nabil Abu Ruideina, accuses Israel of "wanting to cause a escalation. " After the arrival of members of the military unit in Kalandia Kfir in what he calls "routine raid," dozens of Palestinians took to the streets to throw stones and Molotov cocktails.

Soldiers in riot gear first and then with live ammunition killing Mutasim Khalifa Ali Issa and Udwan. According to various sources on the ground, the two young (25 and 23 years) belonged to the security forces of the Palestinian National Authority (PNA). The Palestinians, meanwhile, reported that the two victims had been shot in the head and stomach.

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