Israeli forces kill four Palestinians in west bank clash

Israeli forces kill four Palestinians in west bank clash

Israeli soldiers and Palestinian militants exchanged fire in the occupied West Bank on Monday, according to Israeli police, and at least four Palestinians were killed, a Palestinian local official said.

The incident occurred in the city of Jenin, where special forces camouflaged as Palestinians came under heavy fire from “a big number” of attackers while on a mission to apprehend a militant, according to Israeli police.

Jenin’s governor stated on Voice of Palestine radio that at least four Palestinians were murdered. According to Israeli authorities, there were no Israeli injuries.

In a 1967 Middle East conflict, Israel took the West Bank, and Palestinians demand the land as well as the Gaza Strip for a future state with East Jerusalem as its capital.

The Palestinian Authority, established under temporary peace treaties with Israel in the 1990s, has limited self-rule in the West Bank, but Israeli soldiers are dominant in the area, where they frequently conduct raids to jail suspected militants.

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