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Video: Israeli soldiers fire at car, killing elderly woman | The Electronic Intifada

10.11.15

Video: Israeli soldiers fire at car, killing elderly woman | The Electronic Intifada:

On Sunday, Israeli forces shot dead
Sulaiman Aqel Muhammad Shahin, 22, from the town of al-Bireh near
Ramallah after he allegedly ran his car into a group of Israelis,
injuring four people at a junction south of Nablus in the occupied West
Bank. Hours later, a Palestinian woman was shot and injured after she
attempted to stab an Israeli security guard at the entrance to the
Israeli settlement of Beitar Illit, near Bethlehem in the occupied West
Bank. Ma’an News Agency reported
that security footage posted online shows the woman, identified as
Hilwa Salim Darwish, pulling a knife from her purse and lunging at the
guard, who suffered light injuries.


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