Israeli security forces early Sunday morning shot and killed a Palestinian terrorist during an attempt to arrest him after he had threatened them with his weapon.
Israeli authorities said the gunmen had come from the flashpoint holy site to carry out the attack.
The 34-year-old Khalil shot at a auto near the West Bank settlement of Ateret on Saturday morning.
Yesterday's report estimated that a total of 6,300 Palestinians were now imprisoned by Israel, including 300 minors and 486 Palestinians held under Israel's contested policy of administrative detention - internment without trial or charges. "Ruan turned herself in to the Palestinian Authority security services and is being held by them".
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Sources in Tirawi's village told AFP he had been detained by Palestinian security forces for a number of days in the past few weeks, and that he was wanted by Israeli security prior to the Saturday shootings. According to the military, during an arrest raid in the Deheishe refugee camp, outside Bethlehem, Palestinians began throwing large rocks and explosive devices at the troops.
In a separate incident, gunshots hit a military post near Nabi Salah.
Khalil was a former member of the Palestinian security forces had been working as an arms dealer at the time of his death, according to the ISA.
Furthermore, the soldiers invaded and searched, Sunday, many homes in Hebron city, in addition to Doura, Safa and Beit Ummar towns, before abducting Arafat Za'aqeeq, the father of Omar Za'aqeeq, 19, who was killed by Israeli army fire on November 27, 2015.