Four Zionist settlers killed near Ramallah

Four Zionist settlers killed near Ramallah

Four “Israeli” settlers have been killed and as many wounded in a retaliatory attack by Palestinians near the occupied West Bank city of Ramallah, a day after six Palestinians were martyred during a violent “Israeli” raid in Jenin.

“Israeli” media reported the casualties on Tuesday afternoon and said that the shooting operation was carried out by “two Palestinians” in a gas station near the “Israeli” settlement of “Eli”, located between the occupied West Bank cities of Nablus and Ramallah.

“Israeli” newspaper Jerusalem Post said the two Palestinians opened fire on a restaurant at the gas station on Highway 60 near “Eli”, leaving four “Israeli” settlers dead and four others wounded.

The newspaper added that one of the Palestinians was shot and martyred during an exchange of fire at the scene of the retaliatory operation.

The martyred Palestinian was identified as Muhannad Shehadeh, a member of the al-Qassam Brigades, the military wing of the Palestinian resistance movement Hamas.

In the meantime, the “Israeli” Occupation Forces [IOF] troops have assassinated the second Palestinian who was part of the shooting operation after two hours of fleeing the operation scene. The martyr has been identified as Khaled Mustafa Abd al-Latif Sabah from the village of Urif, southwest of Nablus.

Source: Alahed News