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July 30, 2002
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Two Israeli civilians murdered by Palestinian Terrorists

The Jerusalem Post (www.jpost.com) reports that Palestinian terrorists have deliberately murdered two Israeli civilians who were selling fuel in an Arab village in the West Bank.

Masked Palestinian gunmen hiding behind olive trees shot and killed two Israelis today who had gone to a Palestinian village in the West Bank for business, residents and military sources said. [...]

The Police named the victims as brothers Mordechai and Shlomo Odesser.

I copy the full article below - I will update this entry as I get more info.

Two Israelis killed in Palestinian village in the West Bank
By AP AND THE JERUSALEM POST, July 30, 2002
http://www.jpost.com/servlet/Satellite?
pagename=JPost/A/JPArticle
/ShowFull&cid=1027506390367

Masked Palestinian gunmen hiding behind olive trees shot and killed two Israelis today who had gone to a Palestinian village in the West Bank for business, residents and military sources said.

Settlers and residents said the two Israelis, from the Jewish settlement of Tapuach, had gone to the village of Jama'im, south of the West Bank city of Ariel, to sell fuel.

The area is under Israeli security control and Palestinian civil administration.

The army confirmed the deaths and said troops were searching the area for the gunmen.

The Police named the victims as brothers Mordechai and Shlomo Odesser.

Posted by David Melle at July 30, 2002 11:29 AM
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