Israeli media: 2 settlers killed, others injured in Al-Quds operation
Israeli media claim two illegal Israeli settlers were killed and five others were injured in a ramming operation into a bus stop in Al-Quds.
Al Mayadeen correspondent reported on Friday a ramming and shooting operation in the "Ramot" neighborhood in occupied Al-Quds.
Israeli media reported that two illegal Israeli settlers were killed and five others were injured in the ramming operation into a bus stop at the entrance to the neighborhood, adding that two of the wounded were in critical condition.
Breaking: "A second Israeli colonizer has been announced dead, by Hebrew sources, after the car-ramming operation in the illegal settlement of 'Ramot', occupied Jerusalem." pic.twitter.com/TVHn5vz23c— Quds News Network (@QudsNen) February 10, 2023
The media also said there was a state of panic and confusion among the police in Al-Quds, following a report about a second operation.
Israeli media claimed that the driver was 31-year-old Palestinian Hussein Qaraqe from Al-Isawiya neighborhood, east of occupied Al-Quds, who was shot dead by an Israeli occupation officer at the scene.
Media coverage: "Israel's extreme-right National Security Minister Itamar Ben-Gvir arrives at the scene of the car-ramming operation that resulted in the killing of two illegal Israeli colonizers, today." pic.twitter.com/zzFPnvtWFn— Quds News Network (@QudsNen) February 10, 2023
On his part, Israeli occupation Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s office said he had decided to seal and demolish the home of the driver.
Israeli forces fatally shot this afternoon the executor of Jerusalem’s car-ramming operation which resulted in the killing of two Israeli settlers and comes amid a spike in Israeli violence against Palestinians.— Quds News Network (@QudsNen) February 10, 2023
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The operation comes a couple of days after Israeli media reported, citing the occupation forces, that at least seven Resistance fighters were martyred in a heavy exchange of fire in Aqabat Jaber camp, near Areeha.
Al Mayadeen correspondent in the West Bank reported that the residents of Aqabat Jaber camp did not find the bodies of the martyrs, amid fears that they would be withheld by the occupation.
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