News, March 2008
4 Palestinians Assassinated in Bethlehem, 2 Die of Wounds in Gaza, 4 Kidnapped in Nablus by Israeli Occupation Forces Attacks
Four Palestinians assassinated in Bethlehem
Four Palestinians were assassinated in Bethlehem by an under cover Israeli occupation force on Wednesday evening.
Palestinian medical sources reported that the four
were identified as Mohammad Shehada, Imad
el-Kamel, Issa Marzouk and Ahmad el-Balboul all from
Two Palestinians killed in Gaza, including one of earlier wounds
Wednesday March 12, 2008 13:15 by Rami Almeghari - IMEMC & Agencies
Two Palestinians have been reportedly killed in the Gaza Strip, one of them of wounds he sustained earlier during an Israeli army attack.
Ayman Mansour, 25, of the central Gaza Strip village
of aL-Zawayda, was killed after an explosive device went off in him last
Gaza: Elderly woman dies of wounds sustained in Israeli air attacks last week
Tuesday March 11, 2008 16:15 by Ghassan Bannoura - IMEMC News
Palestinian medical sources in Gaza reported that the
an elderly Palestinian woman died on Tuesday after succumbing to wounds
she sustained last week during an Israeli air raid targeting her family
Tuesday March 11, 2008 14:43 by Ghassan Bannoura - IMEMC News
The Israeli occupation army invaded the northern West
Bank city of Nablus and some nearby villages on Tuesday at dawn, and
kidnapped four civilians.
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