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Israel executes Palestinian in hospital room | The Electronic Intifada: The hospital room slaying brought to at least 75 the number of Palestinians killed by Israeli forces since the start of October, dozens as a result of Israel’s policy of summary execution encouraged by its top leaders.

Between 5 and 11 November, Israeli forces killed seven Palestinian civilians, including a child and two women, in the occupied West Bank and Gaza Strip, according to the Palestinian Centre for Human Rights.

More than 100 Palestinians, including 49 children, were wounded. Amid almost 60 raids into Palestinian communities, Israel arrested 118 Palestinians, including more than two dozen children.

On Friday, unknown assailants shot at a car in the southern occupied West Bank near the Israeli settlement of Otniel.

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