Israeli police detain a Palestinian man after a forced eviction of a Palestinian family from their home in East Jerusalem,, on Tuesday after a long legal battle over ownership, Jerusalem September 5, 2017. REUTERS/Ammar Awad
RAMALLAH, Sept 26 (MENA) - Israeli occupation forces on Tuesday closed the entrances of Beit Surik village in northwestern al Quds after a Palestinian young man opened fire at the entrance to an upscale Jewish settlement in the West Bank, killing three Israeli men and critically wounding a fourth.
Mo'tasem al Munf, a member of Beit Surik municipality, said the Israeli occupants stormed the village and closed down its entrances, imposing a curfew on the whole village.
Meanwhile, the Israeli occupation troops stormed a clinic affiliated to the UN Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA) and ordered its closure.
The occupation forces also closed down the entrances of Beit Aqsa village in the neighborhood as part of their punitive measures against Palestinians following the morning attack.