17-year-old Yousif Amira, who was shot in the nearby Nil'in village on Wednesday evening, has been pronounced dead, Palestinian medical sources in the central West Bank city of Ramallah told IMEMC on Monday morning.
Amira has been pronounced clinically dead since Wednesday night, and died at 9:00 a.m. on Monday.
The village of Nil'in located near Ramallah is the scene of almost daily nonviolent actions against the Israeli wall being built on the villagers lands.
Amira was among the villagers who took part in the funeral of Ahmad Mousa, the 11 years old Palestinian boy that was killed by the Israeli army gunfire on Tuesday night.
Witnesses said that Israeli soldiers stormed the village and took positions there, and as soon as the funeral was finished on Wednesday afternoon local youth clashed with the Israeli soldiers. Three were injured, among them Amira.
Younis, the cousin of Amira, told IMEMC during a phone interview that Amira was going to visit him at his house; Israeli soldiers chasing local youth opened fire at him and injured him. Younis assured IMEMC that Amira was not taking part in the stone throwing.