Gunmen open fire on Fatah leader in Jordan Valley

A Palestinian security officer takes position during a raid against gunmen in the West Bank city of Qalqiliya.
NABLUS (Ma’an) — Unidentified gunmen on Friday opened fire on the home of a local Fatah leader in the Jordan Valley.

Muhammad Abu al-Zour came under fire around midnight on Friday as he stepped out of a car outside his home. He was not injured in the incident although material damage was reported, a Ma’an correspondent said.

Secretary general of the Fatah movement in Nablus Mahmoud Shtayyeh denounced the attack.

“As we look seriously into this act of cowardice, we see it as a suspicious attempt posing question marks on those who were behind it,” he said in a statement.

( / 24.12.2011)

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