Palestinian report: Two Fatah members killed by IDF in Nablus

Two Fatah members killed

December 26, 2009 07:40


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IDF soldiers shot and killed two Fatah members on Saturday in Nablus, according to Palestinian sources cited by Israel Radio. The soldiers reportedly surrounded the homes of the two Fatah members, opened fire and killed them. The Jerusalem Post could not independently confirm the report. According to the report, the two Palestinians belonged to the al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigades, which took responsibility for Thursday's terror attack, in which Rabbi Meir Chai was killed. The IDF had no comment on the incident.

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