Israeli troops kill Hamas militants in West Bank: military
Israeli troops killed at least four Hamas fighters in firefights on Sunday.
during raids on one of the group's cells in the occupied West Bank.
This was said by an Israeli military spokesman, who said an Israeli officer and soldier were also critically injured and four other Palestinians were arrested.
Israeli officials have long said that Hamas, which rules the Gaza Strip, intends to grow in strength in the West Bank.
There she can challenge her rival, the West-backed Palestinian Authority.
This Palestinian resident of the village of Beit Anan heard the raid before sunrise and said he saw soldiers carrying two bodies.
The shootings represented the worst violence between Israel and Hamas since an 11-day Gaza war in May and threatened to heighten tensions in the West Bank and along the Israeli border with Gaza.
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas issued a statement accusing Israel of "field executions against our people".
A Hamas spokesman confirmed that the men were members of the group that Israel and the West see as a terrorist organization.
After the raids, Hamas called on the Palestinians in the West Bank to "escalate resistance to the occupiers in all areas".
Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett said on his way to the United Nations in New York that the Hamas men were "about to carry out terrorist attacks".
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