On Sunday, the Palestinian Health Ministry confirmed the death of a teenage boy whom Israeli soldiers shot and seriously injured a few days ago near occupied Jerusalem in the West Bank.

The Health Ministry identified the slain teen as Rami Ezz Mousa Odah, 17, and added that the soldiers shot and seriously injured him during an invasion of the Al-Ezariyya town, east of Jerusalem, several days ago.

During the invasion, the soldiers stormed and ransacked several homes and abducted a few Palestinians, leading to protests.

The army fired many live rounds, seriously wounding Rami and injuring several other Palestinians.

On Sunday morning, Israeli soldiers killed Ahmad Habes Dababsa, 22, and injured his brother in Nouba Palestinian village northwest of Hebron, in the occupied West Bank’s southern part.

Also Sunday, the soldiers invaded Abu Dis town, east of the occupied Palestinian capital, Jerusalem, in the West Bank, killed three young Palestinian men and injured six, including three who suffered serious wounds, in addition to demolishing parts of a home.

The slain Palestinians are Nabil Abdul-Rauf Halabiyya, 20, Mousa Dia’ Mousa Zarour, 22, and Mohannad Ahmad Affana, 20.

Israeli soldiers have killed 152 Palestinians, including children, in several parts of the occupied West Bank since October 7th.

It is worth mentioning that the soldiers abducted at dawn at least 46 Palestinians, including several workers from Gaza and several women, in various parts of the West Bank, including occupied Jerusalem. and shot a young man before abducting ten in Jenin; fourteen of the abducted Palestinians were taken from their homes in several parts of Hebron, and fourteen from several parts of Ramallah.

In the Gaza Strip, Israeli missiles and shells have killed at least 9572, including 3900 children and 2509 women, and injured more than 26.000 Palestinians, mainly children and women. At least 1500 Palestinians remain buried under the rubble of bombarded homes and buildings, the Palestinian Health Ministry said.  %70 of the slain and wounded Palestinains are women and children.