Two die in Israeli West Bank raid

Elderly Palestinian is among dead as Israeli forces storm Nablus.

    The raid is the latest in a series of Israeli
    incursions into Nablus

    Al Jazeera's David Chater in Nablus said "there have been a lot of exchanges of automatic fire and explosions" and that the Israelis were also using tear gas and stun grenades during the operation.
    Two members of the al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigades were also wounded in the firefight, which began after around 40 Israeli jeeps and three bulldozers entered Nablus early on Tuesday.
    Several Palestinian fighters were also arrested during the raid.
    Witnesses said Israeli soldiers later opened fire in order to disperse Palestinian stone throwers.
    Five Palestinians were wounded, including Alaa Badarneh, a photographer for the European Press Agency, who was hit by a rubber bullet in the back, medics said.
    The Israeli military often carries out raids on Nablus in what it says are searches for wanted Palestinian fighters.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera and agencies


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