Palestinian Terrorist Killed After Attacking Israeli Officers in Protest of Broken…

An ambulance is seen on a road in the West Bank where a man was stabbed by a Palestinian terrorist on Sunday

An ambulance is seen on a road in the West Bank where a man was stabbed by a Palestinian terrorist on Sunday

Israeli forces raided the offices of a Palestinian TV station in the West Bank, the Committee to Protect Journalists said on Friday in a statement condemning the move.

Yesterday's report estimated that a total of 6,300 Palestinians were now imprisoned by Israel, including 300 minors and 486 Palestinians held under Israel's contested policy of administrative detention - internment without trial or charges.

Sputnik also reported that the Zionist occupation started to install electronic gates at Al-Aqsa Mosque in preparation for reopening the Haram Al-Sharif. Ambar was detained by Palestinian security forces after surrendering herself to authorities. "In response to the immediate threat forces fired towards the attacker resulting in his death". Another Palestinian suspect was lightly wounded and arrested, the statement from the military read. The first targeted a vehicle in the area of Ateret in the Binyamin region while the second targeted an army pillbox in Nabi Saleh, near Ramallah.

The logo of the Shin Bet, Israel's internal security service.

Aamer Ahmad Lufti Khalil, 34, was previously active in the Palestinian Authority security services, according to the report, but until Sunday morning's shootout, had become a weapons dealer.

Israeli sources claimed that Tirawi had carried out two shooting attacks on Israeli forces outside Nabi Saleh village on Saturday evening.

In related news, several Israeli military jeeps invaded Doha city, west of Bethlehem in the occupied West Bank, and abducted one Palestinian.

Israel reopened an ultra-sensitive holy site Sunday closed after an attack that killed two policemen, but Muslim worshippers were refusing to enter due to new security measures including metal detectors and cameras.