Palestinian killed by Israeli gunfire in occupied West Bank

A Palestinian killed by Israeli fire in the occupied West Bank

“Terrorists opened fire on them, and the fighters responded by firing live ammunition,” an Israeli police spokesman said.

A Palestinian man was killed on Monday night by Israeli gunfire in Jenin, in the northern occupied West Bank, according to the Palestinian Health Ministry.

Dirar Riad Al-Kafrini, who was shot dead by Israeli forces #x27;Israeli occupation, arrived dead at Jenin hospital, the ministry said in a statement.

An Israel Police spokesperson said undercover agents, led by the Shin Beth Internal Security Service, entered the Jenin refugee camp where they arrested two people suspected of terrorist activities.

When the agents entered the camp, terrorists opened fire on them, and the fighters responded by firing live ammunition, the spokesperson said.

At least 55 Palestinians have been killed since late March, mostly in the occupied West Bank. Among the victims are suspected militants and civilians, including Palestinian-American Al Jazeera journalist Shireen Abu Akleh, who was covering an Israeli operation in Jenin.

During in the same period, another 19 people, mostly Israeli civilians inside Israel, were killed, mostly in attacks by Palestinians. Three Israeli Arab attackers were also killed.

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