Three Palestinian Militants Killed In West Bank Days After Gaza Ceasefire

NBC News published this video item, entitled “Three Palestinian Militants Killed In West Bank Days After Gaza Ceasefire” – below is their description.

Israeli forces carried out an operation in the West Bank on Tuesday that killed alleged Palestinian militant Ibrahim al-Nabulsi just days after a ceasefire ended three days of fighting between Israel and the Palestinian Islamic Jihad militant group in Gaza. Israel says al-Nabulsi barricaded him inside his house with other militants before exchanging gunfire with Israeli soldiers.

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