A young man identified as Aws Jamal Hamamda Kamil, 30 years old, died from serious wounds he suffered Wednesday,  killed on Thursday after having been shot by the Israeli occupation forces during their raid Wednesday on the town of Qabatia, south of Jenin.

The director of Al-Razi Hospital, Fawaz Hammad, told the Palestinian Wafa news agency that the young Hamamdeh was admitted to the hospital yesterday in a very critical condition, as live bullets hit him in the abdomen and chest.

Despite the best efforts of the medical teams at the Al-Razi Hospital, they were unable to save his life. Aws is a married father of three children.

His uncle said Aws owned a supermarket where he worked every day, and was not a member of any resistance groups.

He added that Aws was shot less than a minute after leaving his home when the soldiers fired many live rounds at him.

The death of Aws came after large forces of the Israeli occupation army stormed the town of Qabatiya and targeted a vehicle in the town, resulting in the deaths of two young men: Ahmad Jamal Tawfiq Assaf Kamil (19 years old) from Qabatia and Rani Walid Ahmad Qatanat (24 years old) from a nearby refugee camp.

Aws’ death brings the death toll to 25 Palestinians killed by Israeli forces since Monday, many of them women and children killed in Israeli airstrikes on civilian buildings in the Gaza Strip.