Medical sources have reported, Wednesday, that a Palestinian man died of sharp complications resulting from injuries he suffered after being shot by Israeli soldiers in November of 2008. On November 7 2008, the soldiers invaded the home Omar Sobeh, in al-Far’a refugee camp, north of the northern West Bank city of Nablus, and shot him in the abdomen and intestines.
The soldiers claimed they stormed his home searching for a “wanted Palestinians,” believed to be hiding there.
Sobeh, 45 years of age, suffered repeated infections, and underwent various surgeries due to ongoing complications.
His family said he was recently moved to the Rafidia Hospital, in Nablus, due to a sharp deterioration in his health condition, but died due to various complications.