Israeli forces kill Palestinian during manhunt for alleged killer of settler

Violet Powell
February 5, 2018

Israeli settlements are seen as illegal under global law and a major obstacle to peace as they are built on land the Palestinians see as part of their future state. In order to accomodate parts of the outpost that may not meet the requirement of being on private or state land, the Cabinet statement said the new settlement would "absorb residents from the area".

It is worth mentioning that Havat Gilad was illegally built on stolen Palestinian lands in the year 2002, and is now inhabited by 40 families.

About ten days after the Rabbi's murder, Israeli forces had raided a refugee camp in Jenin saying they had killed Ahmed Nasser Jarrer, whom they suspected in the Rabbi's murder and whose father was a prominent member of Hamas before being killed by Israel in the Second Intifada.

At the start of the weekly cabinet meeting on Sunday, 1 Shevat, Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu added, "A few minutes ago, I spoke with Yael, the widow of Rabbi Raziel Shevach".

At least four Palestinians were on Saturday injured by Israeli forces' fire during a wide-scale offensive on the village of Burqin, to the west of Jenin in the northern West Bank, according to local sources.

"Netanyahu is trying to make facts on ground".

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During the military operation, Israeli soldiers detained dozens of Palestinians and prevented journalists and news services from moving and covering clashes in the town.

Terrorists burned the vehicle of an Israeli who inadvertently entered the village of Abu Dis.

The incident was filmed and the video widely shared online. Israel has portrayed her actions as a staged provocation meant to embarrass the army.

The vote came as European nations voiced growing concern over settlement expansion in the occupied Palestinian territory, but with US President Donald Trump largely refraining from such criticism, which many Israelis see as a green light.

Mr Trump's reversal of decades of USA policy enraged Palestinians, who want to create an independent state in the West Bank and the Gaza Strip with East Jerusalem as their capital. It says the entire city is its eternal, indivisible capital. A bid by the Trump administration to restart negotiations has shown no real signs of progress, and Palestinians now say the Jerusalem decision has ruled the U.S. out as a mediator in the peace process.

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