Palestinian kills 2 Israelis in West Bank industrial zone

Palestinian kills 2 Israelis in West Bank industrial zone

Palestinian kills 2 Israelis in West Bank industrial zone

Europe's football body the UEFA has demanded from the Israeli Public Broadcast Corporation (KAN) not to broadcast Euro 2020 and World Cup 2022 matches to illegal settlements in the occupied West Bank, Israeli media reported on Monday.

Conricus said the suspect was not known to authorities and was not believed to belong to a Palestinian militant group, saying it appeared to be a "lone wolf" attack. It was established in 1982, and is situated between the Palestinian city of Qalqilya and the Israeli city of Ariel.

"This was a serious terrorist attack", the military said in a statement.

Laborers who spoke to Anadolu Agency on Tuesday said they now had to undergo hours-long searches when going to work at Israeli factories located in the settlement.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu expressed his condolences at a weekly Cabinet meeting on Sunday morning.

He subsequently went to the factory's offices on the second floor, where he tied up and shot Ms Yehezkel, a mother-of-one who was working as a secretary, and Mr Hajbi, a father-of-three who worked in accounting.

They were identified by Israeli media as Kim Levengrond Yehezkel, a 28-year-old from the Israeli town of Rosh Haayin near Tel Aviv, and Ziv Hagbi, 35, from Rishon Lezion, also near Tel Aviv. Israel, he said, uses "terror and murder", describing yesterday's killing of two Israeli civilians as an "operation". An Israeli woman also shot in the attack says a Palestinian treated her wounds.

Israel housing units are considered illegal under global law and major stumbling blocks to peace as they are built on Palestinian land. Israel has come under harsh condemnation over the past several years for its response to attacks committed by Palestinians on Israelis, which rights groups have said amounted to "collective punishment" on family members and entire communities in a clear violation of worldwide law.

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