DAMASCUS, SYRIA (11:50 P.M)- Earlier tonight, Palestinian resistance fighters reportedly fired upon an Israeli settler shuttle bus, killing a 35 year old, well known settler.

Prominent settler killed, 35 years old

A settler shuttle bus was travelling near the village of Saraa (South Nablus) when armed men, who were described as Palestinian resistance fighters, opened fire upon the illegal settlers, heading to their racial colony.

35 year old Israeli settler, Rabbi Raziel Ben Elana, was wounded by bullets fired at the vehicle, later dying from his sustained injuries.

Hamas have made an announcement in support of, what they deemed, an act of “resistance”.

In retaliation military occupation forces have been deployed into various villages surrounding Nablus, carrying out raids. The gunmen have not yet been found, nor identified.

Israeli settlers have also taken to the streets of Nablus, firing at and injuring random Palestinians (no casualties yet).

A Palestinian man was also transported to hospital after settlers attacked his car, he was driving near to the scene of earliers attack.

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