Adam (Palestinian Territories) (AFP) – A Palestinian knife attack in a settlement in the West Bank on Thursday killed one Israeli and injured two others while the assailant was shot dead, authorities said.
The 17-year-old "Former Israeli army spokesman Jonathan Conricus
said," A terrorist invaded the Adam settlement near Ramallah in the occupied West Bank and stabbed three civilians, "the army said in one Statement
"The terrorist was shot dead," he added.
One of the injured, a 31-year-old, later died of his injuries after hospitalization in critical condition, announced the treating hospital  A 58-year-old victim is said to have been severely wounded, but stable, and the third victim, who also shoots the Palestinian, was slightly injured in the leg.
Conricus said the Palestinian villain Kobar was shot dead by a civilian who just passed by and witnessed the incident 19659008] The Palestinians managed to skip the fence of the settlement and stab two passers-by ", Israeli media reported.
Lone Palestinian attackers have carried out several deadly stabbing and rallies against Israelis in recent years.
The last knife attack in a settlement in the West Bank in April 2018, when a Palestinian attempted to stab an Israeli with a screwdriver near a gas station in an industrial area of the Maale Adumim settlement east of Jerusalem
– tension in the Gaza Strip –
Thursday The attack takes place in the context of repeated acts of violence between the Israeli army and Palestinian groups in the besieged Gaza Strip, but the West Bank has remained relatively calm.
Earlier in the day, Palestinian Islamists were on the run Hamas, which governs Gaza, promised revenge after Israeli attacks on the coastal enclave killed three of its members.
Israel said the artillery fire late Wednesday was retaliation for shelling troops along the border that injured a soldier] "The enemy should pay a heavy price for blood for the crime he daily committed against the rights of our people and ours Fighter commits, "said the al-Qassam Brigades, the armed wing of Hamas.
The flare came Five days after the United Nations and Egypt negotiated a deal to stop a violent increase in violence on July 14 that cost the lives of four Palestinians and one Israeli soldier – the first since the last War in Gaza in 2014 were killed.
Israel had partially reopened its only Gaza Strip transfer on Tuesday, following a two-week suspension of border tensions and fire dragons triggered fears of a serious fuel shortage in the blocked Palestinian enclave.
Tensions along the Gaza border It increased in late March when the Palestinians launched a mass protest movement.
At least 149 Palestinians have been killed in the Gaza Strip since March 30 by Israeli fire.
Israel says its blockade is necessary to prevent Hamas from obtaining weapons or supplies for military purposes.
However, UN officials and human rights groups have repeatedly called for the lifting of the blockade by citing the worsening humanitarian conditions in the enclave, home to two million people.