Zionist Israel Shoots Palestinian Girls In The West Bank

TIMES OF ISLAM, TANJUNG ENIM - "Israeli" occupation forces killed Palestinian students at a checkpoint between the occupied West Bank and Jerusalem (Baitul Maqdis), which was claimed to have attempted to stab a policeman at a checkpoint between the occupied West Bank and Jerusalem, according to colonial police quoted Aljazeera.

'Israel' border police shot Samah Zuheir Mubarak, a student from the West Bank city of Ramallah, at the al-Zaeem checkpoint, which separates Jewish illegitimate settlements in the West Bank from an environment located in occupied East Jerusalem.

The Mubarak family, based in the Gaza Strip, told local media that the "Israeli" forces killed their daughter with "cold blood".

In a video released by Israeli police, Mubarak was seen walking towards the checkpoint. In another clip, the teenager was seen standing near a vehicle and a group of 'Israeli' troops. After what appeared to be a brief exchange, police officers retreated, Mubarak then shot by the 'Israel' forces at close range and fell to the ground.

In another clip shows invaders looking for their belongings including books and school supplies when they empty their bags.

Yoram Halevi, Chief of Police "Israel" in Jerusalem accused, the Palestinian girl took out a knife and tried to "stab" the "Israeli" army at al-Zaeem's checkpoint, and was shot.

"It is not clear what the background is, what is the reason [his arrival at the checkpoint]," he said, adding that the incident was now being "investigated".

The incident came a few days after three other Palestinians were also killed by illegal Israeli occupiers and settlers.

On Saturday, 38-year-old Hamdi Naasan died of injuries in the village of al-Mugheir in the West Bank, after residents of the settlement were illegitimate "Israel" opened fire.

Ayman Hamed (18), was buried in his village in Silwad after the invading army shot and killed him on Friday only for allegedly throwing stones.

'Israel' police also killed Riyad Shamasneh near the Old City Damascus Gate in East Jerusalem on Saturday morning.

A number of local and international human rights officials expressed concern that the existence of 'Israeli' forces had used excessive force in the face of Palestinians who carried out the attacks or were only suspected of doing so.

'Israel' loosened firearms use regulations in December 2015, which allows officers to fire shots that throw stones or firebombs as an initial option, without having to use non-lethal weapons first.
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