Abbas condemns Israeli crime in Nablus
Palestine-Israel, Politics, 5/17/2006
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas today condemned the new Israeli crime in the West Bank City of Nablus, that resulted in killing two Palestinians and wounding three others.
In a press release issued by his office, the President said "this dangerous Israeli military escalation would lead the region into more violence and instability. It reflects the Israeli government's insistence to continue assassination and killing policy. It would undermine the calm (Tahdia)."
The President called on the international community, namely the Quartet to immediately intervene to stop the Israeli escalation, which leads into deterioration of the situation. He also called for breaking the bloody cycle of violence and for stopping all procedures of Israeli prepared collective punishment against the Palestinian people.
Last night, Israel arrested 11 Palestinians. The Israeli occupation forces today today morning killed two Palestinians and wounded three others, including two women in the West Bank (WB) city of Nablus, medical sources said. Medics at Rafedia hospital told WAFA that Othman Sadaqa 26, and Musatafa Abdul Ghani 22, were killed when the IOF besieged a house and opened fire at citizens in Rafedia area, west of Nablus. Three others citizens, including two women were also wounded. Witnesses said that one of the wounded was arrested and led into an unknown location.
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