Overnight, five Palestinians died and 17 others were injured in the Janine refugee camp in an army crackdown that lasted for about nine hours.
Another two Palestinians were killed by the army in the Al-Favár refugee camp near Hebron and one in the Qalandiya refugee camp near Ramallah. One Palestinian succumbed to injuries sustained in an army raid near Nablus on Wednesday. Information cannot be independently verified.
Israeli troops have already advanced beyond the edge of Gaza City. ‘We are at the height of the battle,’ Netanyahu said
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In the West Bank, the Israeli army has been carrying out regular and large-scale raids for over a year and a half, and intensified them after the attack by Hamas on October 7. Since October 7, at least 140 Palestinians have died in clashes and raids in the area.
In this territory, where Palestinians live and where there are also a number of Jewish settlements, including illegally built ones, there have been Palestinian protests in recent days against the massive bombing of the Gaza Strip, during which, according to the Palestinian authorities, more than 9,000 people died.
The bombing is retaliation for the Hamas attack on Israel, which claimed 1,400 lives. Since October 7, violence by Jewish settlers against Palestinian communities in the West Bank has also been increasing.
Last week, for example, several dozen Jewish settlers attacked the Palestinian village of Burin, setting fire to vehicles and attacking farmers.
In another Palestinian village in the West Bank last week, someone expanded leaflets, in which he threatened Palestinians with violent eviction if they did not go to Jordan. According to its mayor, this village also faced violence by Jewish settlers in the previous days.
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