Two Palestinians killed, 6 Israelis injured in a booby trapped car near Jerusalem
Palestine-Israel, Military, 8/12/2004
A booby trapped car went off yesterday an inspection barrier for the Israeli army near Qalindya town between Jerusalem and Ramullah in the occupied West Bank. The explosion resulted in killing two Palestinians and injuring 6 Israelis including two in a critical health condition. News reports said that most of the wounded are soldiers.
According to witnesses the occupation forces suspected a bag at the military barrier and blocked it before the bag went off together with a nearby car. According to Palestinian medical sources, one Palestinian elderly ( 60 year old) died and five others of his family including one child were injured.
A spokesman for al-Aqsa group of the Fatah movement claimed responsibility of its groups for the operation denying this operation to be by Fedayeen, stressing that his group will distribute later a video tape showing that the explosion took place by a booby trapped car detonated by remote- control system.
This came, after the Israeli occupation forces withdrew from the western sides of Khan Younis camp in the sector to the nearby western settlements, following an incursion operations that lasted for seven or eight hours during which the Israeli bulldozers demolished walls of houses and leveled agricultural lands adjoining the settlements.
During the same operation, some 15 Palestinians were injured four of them were serious as one Israeli missile fired by a military helicopter that hit a gathering of Palestinians who went out to confront the Israeli military vehicles.
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