14-year-old Hassan Ashour has died of wounds sustained during confrontations which erupted on Friday, in Beit Furik, east of Nablus, according to medical sources. At least seven Palestinians have been abducted by Israeli forces across the West Bank, on Monday.The sources said the teen was shot with live ammunition which seriously injured his liver. Hassan underwent several surgeries, but died of his wounds this morning, WAFA has reported.

Also in the Nablus district, Israeli forces raided Burin and the city of Nablus, where they broke into and tore apart several homes, kidnapping two Palestinians.

Thousands of Palestinians marched from the Rafidia Governmental Hospital in Nablus, carrying the body of Ashour, while chanting slogans against the Israeli occupation and ongoing assaults, and headed to a mosque in Nablus for prayers before burying him at the Easter Graveyard in Nablus.

Furthermore, in the Bethlehem district, forces also raided Dheisheh refugee camp, where they took one 46-year-old Palestinian after breaking into and searching his home.

Meanwhile, a 21-year-old Palestinian from Nahalin, to the south of the city, was arrested while working in Jerusalem, allegedly for working without an entry permit.

In Ramallah, Israeli troops raided the neighborhood of al-Tireh neighborhood, abducting two Palestinians after breaking into their homes.

Lastly, in Tulkarem, troops raided the local refugee camp, taking with them Fatah Secretary Hisham Muhammad Abu Zgheib, after breaking into and ransacking his home.

Confrontations are ongoing in the occupied West Bank and East Jerusalem, and have been in a state of extreme escalation since Israel began its current assault on the Gaza Strip, in early July.

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