Israel kills Hamas militant suspected of murdering rabbi
Zaamara, 19, was shot by another security guard and killed, the army said.
Meanwhile, on Tuesday night, at least one Palestinian man was killed and dozens injured after Israeli troops conducted searches, including surrounding a house, while hunting for the assailant who stabbed a West Bank rabbi to death on Monday.
However, a 22 year old man, Khaled Altaya, was just confirmed dead - by the Palestinian Ministry of Health - after Israeli occupation forces opened fire on his residence in Nablus.
On Tuesday morning before dawn, Israeli troops invaded the village of al-Yamoun and killed Ahmad Nasr Jarrar, 22, whom they suspected of the murder of an Israeli, without filing charges or arresting him for the crime. "The security forces will catch whoever tries to attack Israeli citizens and we will deal with them to the fullest extent of the law", Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said.
Speaking to reporters, earlier this week, Nabil Shaath, a senior aide to the President of the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO)/ Palestinian Authority (PA) Mahmoud Abbas, said that Japan has pledged to recognize the independent state of Palestine with Jerusalem as its capital after a bilateral meeting.
Israel had been looking for the final member of the cell which it said killed Rabbi Raziel Shevach in a drive-by shooting.
Israeli settlements are seen as illegal under global law and a major obstacle to peace as they are built on land the Palestinians see as part of their future state.
The Israeli army said it had detained seven people during the Nablus clashes but had not found the "terrorist" suspected of Ben Gal's killing. Israeli forces have carried out daily raids and increased the arrests of Palestinians in the hunt of the perpetrator.
A Fatah spokesman, Osama Qawassmeh, said that death of Jarrar, who was killed in a shootout with the IDF, was "a type of field execution" and an Israeli "crime" that violated worldwide law.
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