Palestinian killed by IDF fire near Nablus

July 7, 2006 10:50


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Palestinian sources reported that a Palestinian terror operative, identified as Tamr Kandil, 22, of the Al-Aksa Martyrs Brigades, was killed by IDF fire near Nablus on Friday morning. According to the report, a large IDF force in the Askar refugee camp near the city had surrounded a house where Kandil and other Islamic Jihad and Fatah operatives were hiding.

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