Israeli forces kill a Palestinian in Jerusalem and end the siege of Nablus after 21 days

Israeli forces kill a Palestinian in Jerusalem and end the siege of Nablus after 21 days On Thursday morning, the Israeli police announced the killing of a Palestinian youth for allegedly stabbing a policeman in East Jerusalem, while the Israeli army reopened all entrances to the city of Nablus in the northern West Bank, after a 21-day siege.  On Thursday morning, the Israeli police announced the killing of a Palestinian youth in East Jerusalem for allegedly stabbing one of its members.  The police shot the young man (whose identity was not known) while he was on Al-Wad Road near the Majlis Gate leading to Al-Aqsa Mosque.  Eyewitnesses said that the young man was lying on the ground, with police around him, according to Anadolu Agency.  Meanwhile, the Israeli police said in a statement that they had arrested a Palestinian, and while examining him, he pulled out a knife and stabbed a policeman.  She added, "Two policemen shot him, and his death was later announced." And she added, "3 policemen were wounded, 2 of them were treated at the scene and the third was taken to hospital."  The Islamic Endowment Department in Jerusalem stated, in a brief statement, that the Israeli police closed the doors of Al-Aqsa Mosque and prevented entry or exit from it, and then reopened them later.  Lifting the siege of Nablus  Today, Thursday, the Israeli army reopened all entrances to the city of Nablus in the northern occupied West Bank, after a 21-day siege.  The army said in a statement that “based on a routine assessment of the security situation in the West Bank, it was decided to lift the comprehensive closure that was imposed on the entrances and exits to Nablus.”  A military spokesman confirmed to AFP that the closure was lifted at 4:00 am local time (2:00 GMT).  Eyewitnesses told Anadolu Agency that Thursday morning, all entrances to Nablus city were reopened in both directions, and that Israeli military bulldozers began removing earth and cement berms from the western entrance to Nablus.  The lifting of the siege on Nablus came before Palestinian Prime Minister Muhammad Shtayyeh, accompanied by ambassadors and consuls of European countries, visited Nablus today, Thursday, to see the reality of the city and Israel's measures there.  Israel closed all entrances to the city with earth mounds and military checkpoints on October 12, and the closure restricted the movement of about 200,000 Palestinians and disrupted their daily lives, including access to medical care and education.  The siege of Nablus began after the Palestinian armed group Lair Al-Aswad announced that it had carried out five shooting attacks against Israeli targets, which resulted in the death of a soldier and the injury of others, in response to the continuous attacks by the army and settlers on the Palestinian people.  The group appeared publicly in early September in the Old City of Nablus, and its members belong to various Palestinian factions.  According to the French news agency, last month, 25 Palestinians, including a leader in the group, were killed.

On Thursday morning, the Israeli police announced the killing of a Palestinian youth for allegedly stabbing a policeman in East Jerusalem, while the Israeli army reopened all entrances to the city of Nablus in the northern West Bank, after a 21-day siege.

On Thursday morning, the Israeli police announced the killing of a Palestinian youth in East Jerusalem for allegedly stabbing one of its members.

The police shot the young man (whose identity was not known) while he was on Al-Wad Road near the Majlis Gate leading to Al-Aqsa Mosque.

Eyewitnesses said that the young man was lying on the ground, with police around him, according to Anadolu Agency.

Meanwhile, the Israeli police said in a statement that they had arrested a Palestinian, and while examining him, he pulled out a knife and stabbed a policeman.

She added, "Two policemen shot him, and his death was later announced." And she added, "3 policemen were wounded, 2 of them were treated at the scene and the third was taken to hospital."

The Islamic Endowment Department in Jerusalem stated, in a brief statement, that the Israeli police closed the doors of Al-Aqsa Mosque and prevented entry or exit from it, and then reopened them later.

Lifting the siege of Nablus

Today, Thursday, the Israeli army reopened all entrances to the city of Nablus in the northern occupied West Bank, after a 21-day siege.

The army said in a statement that “based on a routine assessment of the security situation in the West Bank, it was decided to lift the comprehensive closure that was imposed on the entrances and exits to Nablus.”

A military spokesman confirmed to AFP that the closure was lifted at 4:00 am local time (2:00 GMT).

Eyewitnesses told Anadolu Agency that Thursday morning, all entrances to Nablus city were reopened in both directions, and that Israeli military bulldozers began removing earth and cement berms from the western entrance to Nablus.

The lifting of the siege on Nablus came before Palestinian Prime Minister Muhammad Shtayyeh, accompanied by ambassadors and consuls of European countries, visited Nablus today, Thursday, to see the reality of the city and Israel's measures there.

Israel closed all entrances to the city with earth mounds and military checkpoints on October 12, and the closure restricted the movement of about 200,000 Palestinians and disrupted their daily lives, including access to medical care and education.

The siege of Nablus began after the Palestinian armed group Lair Al-Aswad announced that it had carried out five shooting attacks against Israeli targets, which resulted in the death of a soldier and the injury of others, in response to the continuous attacks by the army and settlers on the Palestinian people.

The group appeared publicly in early September in the Old City of Nablus, and its members belong to various Palestinian factions.

According to the French news agency, last month, 25 Palestinians, including a leader in the group, were killed.
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