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Mourners carry the body of Mohammad Tannuh, who was shot dead last month as he tried to stab Israeli soldiers, during his funeral in the West Bank village of Tuqua, south-east of Bethlehem on August 5, 2017.(Photo by AFP)
Mourners carry the body of Mohammad Tannuh, who was shot dead last month as he tried to stab Israeli soldiers, during his funeral in the West Bank village of Tuqua, south-east of Bethlehem on August 5, 2017.(Photo by AFP)
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Mona Kandi
press Tv, Ramallah


Israeli authorities returned on Friday the bodies of four Palestinians killed by Israeli forces in the past weeks in the occupied West Bank. But Israel still holds the bodies of nine more Palestinians and claims such policy would deter other Palestinians from carrying out any form of attacks in the future. The families of the slain Palestinians meanwhile say their beloved ones deserve the right to be buried in an appropriate manner.
From Ramallah Press TV’s Mona Kandil reports.