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Two Palestinian teenagers killed by Israeli troops

14 January 2018, 01:59 | Erica Roy

Two Palestinian teenagers killed by Israeli troops

Palestinians rally in support of jailed ‘slap video’ teen

In a statement on Friday quoted by the Jordan News Agency, Petra, State Minister for Media Affairs Mohammad Momani said that the decision is a breach of the worldwide law and constitutes a unilateral political act that undermines the two-state solution and the entire Mideast peace process.

Moscow has confirmed its position on Israel's illegal practice of settlement construction in the Palestinian territories, including East Jerusalem.

"The construction of settlements in occupied territory is unquestionably illegal under global law".

Ali Amr Nimr Qeeno was shot dead by the Israeli troops in the village of Burin near the city Nablus as they were sweeping the area for suspects in the murder of Rabbi Raziel Shevach, killed last week in the West Bank outpost of Havat Gilad.

The status of Jerusalem is among the most contentious in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

Clashes broke out after dozens of Palestinian supporters of jailed teenager Ahed Tamimi protested near her home in the occupied West Bank on Saturday, AFP correspondents said.

But Palestinians, who see East Jerusalem as their own future capital, have continued their protests, first daily, and now every week on Friday.

Ofran says the government is "trying to prevent the possibility for peace and a two state solution".

It said Russian Federation confirmed its "principled position" on the illegality of Israeli settlement activity in the Palestinian territories, including East Jerusalem.

"Only a negotiated two-state solution can do justice to the legitimate claims of both sides", it added.

The statement comes three days after the Israeli Civil Administration adopted the plan to construct over 1,100 housing units in 20 West Bank settlements.

At least 16 Palestinians and one Israeli have now been killed since 6 December, when President Donald Trump reversed decades of United States policy by recognising Jerusalem as Israel's capital and starting preparations to move the U.S. embassy.

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