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Report: Suspected Terrorist Neutralized After Wounding Two Soldiers in West Bank

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Israeli soldiers seen during a raid in the West Bank on March 17, 2019. Photo: Flash90.

i24News – A suspected terrorist was shot and “neutralized” by IDF units after opening fire and wounding two soldiers in the West Bank.

The two victims were said to be in light and moderate condition and are being treated for their injuries.

No word yet on the condition of the suspected assailant.

The attack comes just hours after the IDF successfully thwarted a stabbing attack in the flashpoint city of Hebron, located in the West Bank.

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Hamas unleashed a fresh barrage of deadly rocket fire towards Israel Wednesday in retaliation for the leveling of a 14-story building in Gaza by Israel, which ruled out an imminent ceasefire.

Hamas said the volley of 130 rockets, which killed a six-year-old boy in southern Israel and set off air raid warnings up to Tel Aviv, was a response to the destruction of Gaza City’s Al-Farouk tower.

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