Israeli troops killed at least four Palestinians during a clash in the occupied West Bank on Sunday, the Palestinian Health Ministry said on Sunday.
In a statement, Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett said: “Israeli forces had mounted an operation against “Hamas fighters who were about to carry out imminent terrorist attacks.”
Also in this regard, Bennett did not mention the specific number of casualties, while an Israeli military spokesperson had no immediate comment on the raids.
According to recent reports, three Palestinians were killed in the West Bank village of Biddu, northwest of Jerusalem. The reports said that another Palestinian was killed in Burqin, a village near the Palestinian city of Jenin.
The reports revealed that at least four militants were killed in clashes on several locations in the West Bank aimed at capturing Hamas members.