Two British sisters were shot dead in an attack on the occupied West Bank, and their mother was seriously injured | outside

Two sisters were shot dead in an attack in the Israeli-occupied West Bank. According to British media, the women had British citizenship. Their mother was also seriously injured in the attack.

Earlier today, the IDF reported shooting at a car in Hamra. The area has been occupied by Israel since 1967. The fatal victims are two sisters, ages 20 and 30. They will have British citizenship. The mayor of the Israeli settlement of Efrat said, according to the British public broadcaster BBC, that the two sisters and their 48-year-old mother have been living in Israel since 2005.

The army is looking for perpetrators who are considered terrorists. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was informed of the incident north of Jerusalem, according to Israeli media. An American was also shot dead in the area recently.

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Tensions escalated between Israel and the Palestinians after international criticism of the Israeli raids on Al-Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem. In response to the Israeli operations in the mosque, missiles were fired from the Palestinian Gaza Strip and Lebanon, which led to an Israeli response.

Meanwhile, the United Kingdom called for calm. “It is time for all sides to calm down,” British Foreign Secretary James Cleverly said.

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