Palestinians say 2 killed in IDF raid of Kalandiya camp

August 1, 2011 08:17


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Two Palestinians were shot and killed by IDF soldiers during a raid on the Kalandiya Refugee Camp near Ramallah in the West Bank early on Monday, Palestinian news agency Ma'an reported.

The IDF stated that five soldiers were lightly injured by stones thrown at them in the operation, Israel Radio reported.

Ma'an quoted Palestinian eyewitnesses as saying the IDF clashed with residents of the camp during an arrest raid, killing one man on the spot and seriously wounding another, who later died of his wounds. An additional man was injured in the raid, according to the report.

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