Palestinian sources in the Gaza strip reported that two Palestinians were killed in two separate incidents of infighting on Monday.
Ahmad Abu Odah, 20, was shot and killed by unknown gunmen after he was kidnapped from his home in Khan Younis, located in the northern Gaza Strip.
Palestinians sources stated that the man was forced into a car and taken to an unknown location. After seemingly freeing him, the man was shot in back and died immediately.
The man is believed to have been a Fatah activist.
Elsewhere in the Gaza strip, a gunfight broke out between two families in the city center. Mohamed Al Massrri was killed in the clash, with a further two people sustaining moderate injuries.
The fight took place between the Al Massrri and Abu Taha families who last year attacked each other, a clash that led to the deaths of seven people. On that occasion, Palestinian officials managed to clam the situation at the time and negotiate a truce between the two families.
Translated by Ghassan Bannoura