A Palestinian security officer from Tulkarem died on Wednesday morning of wounds sustained on July 13, 2005.

Mohammad Ghannam, 25, who was injured after the Israeli army invaded Nour Shams refugee camp in Tulkarem, died of his wounds at a Nablus hospital.

The Israeli army raided Tulkarem, the village of Atteel, and the Tulkarem refugee camp after the July 12 suicide bombing in the Israeli coastal town of Netanya.

One Palestinian security officer was killed at the time, while Ghannam was seriously injured, Ghannam was transferred to Dr. Thabit Thabit Hospital, then to the hospital in Nablus where he died.

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