A Palestinian medical source in Jenin, reported on Saturday afternoon, that the child who was shot in Jenin on Thursday, died of his wounds, Saturday. 

The child remained in critical condition at the Intensive Caree Unit, at Rambam Israeli hospital in Haifa, until his was officially pronounced dead.

Child shot in Jenin is clinically dead

Saed Bannoura-IMEMC & Agencies, Thursday, 06 November, 2005

Palestinian sources  in Jenin reported that the child who was shot earlier on Thursday on Jenin refugee camp is clinically dead, earlier it was reported that the child died.

An Israeli military source claimed that soldiers mistook a toy gun the child, Ahmad Al Khateeb, 12, was carrying with a real one and fired at him; the child was transferred Rambam Medical hospital in Haifa.

Army was operating in Jenin and Jenin refugee camp when the incident took place.

Army kills a child in Jenin

Saed Bannoura-IMEMC & Agencies

Israeli soldiers shot and killed, on Thursday morning, a Palestinian child in the West Bank city of Jenin after invading it, and several surrounding villages. The Palestinian News Agency, WAFA, reported that soldiers fired at Ahmad Al Khateeb, 11, while he was walking with his parents near the Jenin Secondary School for Girls, and abducted his body.

The agency stated that dozens of military vehicles and armored jeeps are still surrounding Jenin, and added that soldiers fired rounds of live ammunition at residents and homes in the area.

Also, soldiers surrounded Al Amal Hospital, which belongs to Patients’ Friends Society, and broke into it. Soldiers also broke into dozens of homes west of Jenin.

On Tuesday evening, soldiers killed Rafat Mousa Turkman, 21, after invading Qabatia town, near Jenin. Two residents were injured in the attack.

Turkman is a senior member of the Al Aqsa Brigades, the military wing of Fateh movement.

The Israeli army has been operating in Qabatia over the last four days.