A 48 year-old man, named by Palestinian media as Mahmoud Ahmad Zaal Odeh, was killed.
According to the group, police questioned them on suspicion of negligent use of weapons and causing death by negligence.
A Palestinian man was shot and killed Thursday morning by a Jewish settler near the West Bank village of Qusra.
Almanam added that "one of the settlers shot him and he was gravely injured and died at a local clinic". From conversations with five witnesses to the incident, two soldiers and three settlers, Haaretz has learned that dozens of Palestinians surrounded a group of Israeli youths hiking in the area and threw rocks at them.
A Palestinian protester hurls back a tear gas canister fired by Israeli troops during clashes in the West Bank village of Qusrah near Nablus, November 30, 2017. "IDF forces arrived at the site and rescued all the hikers".
"When the farmers tried to push the settlers out of their farms", the eyewitness said, "an armed settler aimed his pistol towards a Palestinian farmer and opened fire".
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The child, who gave an on-camera statement that was released by the Samaria Regional Council, said that a second group of Palestinians arrived at the entrance of the cave and helped drive back the initial group that was blocking their exit, until the army arrived.
The Israel Defence Forces said the father shot at Odeh in "self-defense". "Our lives were in danger, as [the Palestinians] threw rocks and boulders at us", he said.
Israel bombed six targets in Gaza with two "terror infrastructure targets" Thursday, injuring at least two Palestinians in the process.
It was not immediately clear if the Israelis coordinated their hike with the military, as is generally required in the West Bank.
Palestinian Authority official Ghassan Daghlas said Odeh was working on his land when he was confronted by some 20 settlers who were hiking through the village.