On Tuesday dawn, the Palestinian Health Ministry said a Palestinian died from serious wound he suffered after Israeli soldiers shot and seriously wounded him, and injured twenty-one after the army invaded Beit Ummar town, north of Hebron, in the southern part of the occupied West Bank, leading to protests.
Medica sources at the Al-Ahli Hospital in Hebron said the soldiers shot Mofeed Mohammad Mahmoud Ekhlayyil, 44, with a live round in the head.
The sources said the medics rushed Mofeed to the hospital, where the surgeons tried to save his life, but he succumbed to his very serious gunshot wounds to the head.
The soldiers also injured twenty-one Palestinians, including nine who were shot with live fire; one of the wounded suffered a moderate-to-serious gunshot wound to the chest, and later his condition was described as stable.
The Health Ministry said one three Palestinians suffered moderate wounds after the soldiers shot them with live fire; one of them suffered a moderate gunshot wound to the shoulder, one suffered a moderate gunshot wound to the chest, four to their arms, and two suffered mild wounds to the leg and the foot.
Some of the wounded were rushed to the local Beit Ummar town clinic before the soldiers stormed and ransacked the medical facility.
Furthermore, the soldiers closed the nearby main entrance of Palestine Technical University – Kadoorie, in the Al-Arroub refugee camp, north of Hebron, after placing concrete blocks.
Mofeed’s death brings the number of Palestinians killed by Israeli army fire to fourteen Palestinians, including five children.
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- November 15, 2022, Mohammad Morad Souf, 18.
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- November 9, 2022, Ra’fat Ali Ayasa, 29.
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