IDF Kills Group of Palestinian Terrorists Who Launched Gaza Border Attack

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu third right and US Ambassador David Friedman third left aboard the US Navy's guided-missile destroyer USS Ross docked at Ashdod Port

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu third right and US Ambassador David Friedman third left aboard the US Navy's guided-missile destroyer USS Ross docked at Ashdod Port

RAMALLAH, Palestinian Territories: A Palestinian woman died of her wounds after Israeli settlers in the occupied West Bank threw stones at the vehicle she was travelling in, Palestinian security sources and media said Saturday (Oct 13).

Tensions have been running high in the West Bank over the past week with two attacks against Israelis.

In addition, 10 fires broke out in southern Israel which were started by incendiary balloons launched over the border from Gaza, according to The Times of Israel.

A source at the Nablus hospital where Aisha al-Rawbi was brought said the 47-year-old was dead on arrival and that she had suffered a head injury.

On Monday night roughly 7,000 Palestinian Arabs provoked Israeli troops by attacking them with burning tires, rocks and firebombs while dozens of boats tried to break through Israel's naval blockade, Arutz 7 reported.

According to the Health Ministry, more than 200 Palestinians have been killed - and thousands more injured - since the rallies began on March 30.

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He said another recovery team would be sent on Sunday, weather conditions permitting. A rescue team is on its way to the site on foot.

The extremist settlers in the West Bank are carrying out acts attacks on Palestinian citizens, especially in the surrounding villages of Nablus recently, under the eyes and sight Israeli occupation forces, who do not move to prevent or arrest them.

Seven Palestinians died Friday after being shot by Israeli soldiers along the security fence between Gaza and Israel during violent weekly protests, according to the Palestinian Ministry of Health.

Top Palestinian official and member of Fatah, Ahmad Majdalani, said the party remains suspicious of the Qatari role in meddling in the affairs of the Gaza Strip, controlled by Hamas. During one protest in July, a Gaza sniper shot and killed an Israeli soldier.

No IDF troops were harmed in the incident.

Two other Palestinians were killed in other protest locations, the ministry said, adding that at least 140 Palestinians were wounded by live bullets.

Israeli army spokesman Jonathan Conricus said on Twitter an "organised attack" had involved around 20 Palestinians crossing the border after an explosive device destroyed a portion of the fence.

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