Published: Wed, October 10, 2018
World Media | By Shelia Harmon

Massive Manhunt For Palestinian Terrorist Who Killed Two Israelis Enters Third Day

Massive Manhunt For Palestinian Terrorist Who Killed Two Israelis Enters Third Day

Qatari-bought fuel arrived at the Gaza Strip's only power station after entering through Israel, sources said, in a bid to alleviate conditions in the besieged enclave and stem any escalation in Israeli-Palestinian violence.

Palestinians work side by side with Israelis in the industrial zone.

"One is a murderer and the other one saves lives", she said, adding that it's important not to "generalize about all Arabs".

She was discharged from the hospital after an overnight stay.

Kim Levengrond Yehezkel, 28, and Ziv Hajbi, 35, were shot dead at a factory near the Jewish settlement of Ariel.

Locals said that Israeli forces detained Ashraf's mother, Wafaa Mahmoud Naawla, 54, along with his two sisters, Sundos, 20, and Hanadi, who is a mother of three children.

Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Sunday reportedly told his cabinet that a military operation in Gaza would be imminent should violent tensions worsen. The spokesman called the shooting a terror attack. "May G-d avenge their blood. The blood of Israeli citizens will not be spilled in vain".

President Reuven Rivlin issued a statement, saying he was "shocked and saddened by this morning's bad terrorist attack at the Barkan industrial area". Our security forces are in pursuit of the heinous killer.

Israel and Hamas have been brought to the brink of war on multiple occasions over the past few months, as weekly protests along the Gaza border since March 30 have triggered frequent clashes and multiple rounds of rocket fire and retaliatory strikes between the two sides.

"Bloomberg editors agreed with CAMERA that the officials' position was misrepresented, and commendably amended the article to refer to the killing two Israelis and wounding a third in what officials characterized as a terror attack", as opposed to militant attack.

"Instead of preaching to Israel and rejecting proposals to calm the region, Abbas must make a clear and firm statement against the Palestinian inciters and terrorists", Danon's letter read.

The terrorist, in fact, was employed at one of the factories.

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