JERUSALEM – The Palestinians killed the Israeli people and seriously injured two other West Bank shooters and spies on Sunday, before escaping from mass hunting, the Israeli army said.
Lt Colonel Jonathan Conricus said the attacker had destroyed an Israeli soldier at the entrance to Ariel, southwest of Nablus in Palestine, and then took his attack. Then he opened fire for several close vehicles, stunning civilians. The other car slowed down and the attacker stepped into it and escaped by shooting against the soldiers before escaping to almost Palestine.
Conricus said Israeli soldiers gathered at the entrance to the village to help manka. He said it was unclear whether an attacker was acting alone or with the help of others, and whether he belonged to any Palestinian militant group
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said persecution was taking place and he was convinced that Israeli forces would detain those who behind the assault and "bring justice as we have in all previous cases."
Israeli Magen David Adom rescue service said 35-year-old was injured and 20-year-old treated on stage
Last week, two Palestinians in individual West Bank incidents were killed by Israeli fire, followed by relative calmness. On Thursday, Hamas fired Gaza's rocket to Israeli city of Tel Aviv in a rare attack on the heart of Israel, looking for sides to the next escalation phase. However, the release was a technical failure and was restored after a brief Israeli repression.
Israel is currently in the middle of an election campaign, and Egypt is trying to mediate between the rulers of Israel and Gaza.
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