File-Israeli soldiers walk out of a Palestinian house after a search near the Tel Rumeida settlement in the West Bank city of Hebron, Nov. 7, 2015. (AP/Nasser Shiyoukhi)
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Israeli undercover forces raided a hospital in the West Bank Thursday and shot dead a Palestinian during an operation to detain another man suspected of carrying out a stabbing, the Palestinian health ministry and doctors said.The Israeli army confirmed the raid and said they had detained Abdallah Azzam al-Shalalda, 27, who was suspected of stabbing an Israeli settler near the West Bank city of Hebron two weeks ago. "They took Shalalda and placed him in the wheelchair they brought the woman in and they exited the room preventing anyone from giving medical aid to the young man laid on the floor".The Israeli army confirmed that a man who tried to attack the operatives during the raid had been shot but did not have details of his condition. Seventy-six Palestinians have been shot dead by Israeli security forces, including 44 people Israeli police said were carrying out or about to carry out attacks.
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