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Palestinian killed in clash with IDF during search for rabbi's killer

Palestinian killed in clash with IDF during search for rabbi's killer

Rabbi Raziel Shevach was shot dead near Havat Gilad, where he lived, on January 9. During the raid, soldiers searching for Ahmad Nassr Jarrar, clashed with Palestinian youths as the IDF surrounded the village of Burqin west of Jenin in the northern West Bank.

A Palestinian man has been shot dead by Israeli forces, during clashes in the occupied West Bank on Saturday.

A witness said about 200 Palestinians were throwing stones at Israeli military vehicles when a gunshot rang out.

The army has been since launched multiple violent raids to search for the suspected killer, 22-year-old Ahmed Jarrar. First, exacting justice. Yesterday our forces were again in action in an effort to apprehend the last of the assassins and their accomplices in the murder of Rabbi Shevach.

"We promised and the proposal to normalise Havat Gilad outpost as a regular community will be brought to the cabinet for approval this coming Sunday", Lieberman wrote on Twitter. We will not rest until we bring them to justice.

Over the past month, several Palestinians have been arrested for being suspected of assisting the terrorists who committed the attack, according to the IDF statement. "To those who sanctify death, we will sanctify life", said Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

"The legalization of the outpost would signal that the government does not intend to advance a final peace agreement, but rather only to extend Israel's hold on the West Bank and to prevent the possibility of establishing a Palestinian state alongside an Israel with secure, internationally recognized borders", said the Peace Now group.

Israel, however, differentiates between settlements it has approved and those it has not.

The latter are designated as outposts and are usually populated by religious nationalists, who consider the whole territory on the West Bank as part of Israel.

The organization referred to the move as a "cynical exploitation of an abominable murder". Arab reports said that about 200 Palestinians were throwing stones at IDF vehicles when a gunshot was heard, adding that a wounded person was then carried to a auto.

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