Palestinian killed in West Bank by Israeli gunfire - Palestinian medics

Palestinian killed in West Bank by Israeli gunfire - Palestinian medics

At least two Palestinians were killed in yesterday's clashes with Israeli security forces in the Occupied West Bank.

Official Palestinian news agency Wafa said Manasara was in the vehicle when he was shot dead, with another Palestinian in the auto seriously wounded.

Jordan condemned the court ruling, with its Foreign Ministry saying that Israel would bear "full responsibility for the risky consequences" of the decision.

It gave no details about the circumstances of the night-time shooting.

The Israeli army frequently carries out wide-ranging arrest campaigns across the occupied West Bank on the pretext of searching for "wanted" Palestinians. The Palestinian Health Ministry identified the man as a 26-year-old from Bethlehem and said another Palestinian had also been shot and critically wounded.

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"The incident will be examined", the army said in a statement early Thursday.

Israeli media outlets reported that 19-year-old Omar Amin Abu Lila was shot dead during a shootout in the village of Abwein, located about 37 kilometers north of Ramallah, late on Tuesday night after Israeli special units surrounded the house he was in. Wabeb Manasrah, a cousin of the slain Palestinian, confirmed the governor's account. He says Ahmad Manasra was driving behind him and got out of his vehicle to help the wounded man.

"There were no clashes, no stone throwing, nothing at all", he said.

Israel captured the West Bank in the 1967 Middle East war.

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