Israeli Army Dismantles Roadside Bomb in West Bank
The Israeli army dismantled a roadside bomb that was located near the Jewish settlement of Avnei Hefetz in the West Bank city of Nablus, reported the Jerusalem Post newspaper.
It added that there were no reports of injuries.
In another incident, the paper said that shots were fired at an Israeli vehicle near the Kalandia refugee camp in the Ramallah area, said the paper, adding that no one was hurt.
On Monday, the Israeli army replied to automatic fire aimed at the Jewish settlement of Gilo near Jerusalem, and one settler was wounded in an attack on his car, reported AFP.
The army replied to automatic fire aimed at the Jewish neighborhood of Gilo, the agency said, quoting sources as saying.
"Our forces replied to several bursts of automatic fire, which damaged an apartment, at Gilo from Beit Jala," the neighboring autonomous Palestinian area in the West Bank, the source said.
A Palestinian source said an Israeli tank fired shells and soldiers opened fire with heavy machine guns, but an Israeli army spokesman told AFP the soldiers "used grenade launchers and heavy machine guns against targets in Beit Jala – (Several Sources)
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