IDF confirm death of two Palestinian youths

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April 4, 2013 09:51

 
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In the midst of West Bank riots over the death of Palestinian prisoner Maissara Abu Hamdiyeh, 63, who died of esophageal cancer in Soroka University Medical Center on Tuesday, the IDF confirmed the death of two Palestinian youths east of Tulkarm.

Additional details emerged as the IDF confirm soldiers spotted several Palestinians heading towards army position from the West Bank village of Anabda on Wednesday.The youths then began hurling Molotov cocktails, prompting soldiers to open fire. The army has confirmed that two Palestinians were killed, and one was arrested.



The remains of seven Molotov cocktails were found at the scene.

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