One Palestinian resistance fighter was killed on Thursday morning during clashes that took place between a group of resistance fighters and Israeli troops near the borders between the southern Gaza strip town of Rafah and Israel.

Dr. Mo’awiah Hassanin of the Palestinian Ministry of Health reported that Mohamed Al Da’alsah, 20, died due to being shot with multiple rounds in his body.

Al Aqsa brigades the armed wing of the Fatah movement headed by the Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas said in a press statement that Al Da’alsah died when a group of fighters from the brigades clashed with Israeli soldiers at the borders.

Israeli sources confirmed that clashes took place near a military post located near the Rafah Israel borders, but reported no injures among Israeli troops.