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Palestinian shot dead after stabbing Israeli security guard

08 February 2018

Israeli sources claimed that the Palestinian "very lightly wounded the guard in a stabbing attack in Karmie Tzur".

There was no indication of a direct link between the two attacks, with violence common in the West Bank between Palestinians and Israeli settlers or security forces.

Palestinians in the West Bank and Gaza Strip mostly use the Israeli shekel, Jordanian dinar, and USA dollar, and have complained that their economy is too intertwined with Israel's.

Family and friends around the body of an Israeli man at his funeral in the West Bank settlement of Bracha, Israel, yesterday.

At least one Palestinian man was killed and dozens were injured in riots as Israeli troops in the West Bank city of Nablus hunted for the assailant who stabbed a rabbi to death.

Shevach's suspected killer, 22-year-old Ahmad Jarrar, was killed in the village of Yamoun near Jenin after a weeks-long manhunt.

Israelis placed on Wednesday four mobile homes on Palestinian land south of Nablus, in the north of the occupied West Bank, a prelude for building a settlement, according to Ghassan Daghlas, in charge of the northern West Bank settlements file in the Palestinian Authority.

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Ynet added that Israeli forces also arrested several Palestinians who have been accused of helping Jarrar hide.

The alleged attacker in the Ariel incident was a Palestinian citizen of Israel and Israeli media reports said his father is a Nablus resident. Ben Gal runs away and is chased by Asi.

Shortly after the missile was sacked, forces then began demolishing the building with a bulldozer, reported Palestinian media.

The Palestinian territories have remained dogged by tension since U.S. President Donald Trump recognized Jerusalem as Israel's capital on December 6.

Israel faced sharp criticism from the administration of former United States president Barack Obama over settlement construction, but that has not been the case under his successor Donald Trump.

Twenty-two Palestinians have been killed since Trump's announcement, most in clashes with Israeli forces.

Palestinian shot dead after stabbing Israeli security guard