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Palestinian killed by Israeli forces in WB

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Days of Palestine, West Bank –Israeli occupation forces killed on Tuesday overnight in Al-Deheisha Refugee Camp near West Bank city of Bethlehem.

Palestinian and Israeli sources said that the Palestinian teen Jihad al-Ja’fari, 19, was killed during riots erupted after the Israeli occupation forces had stormed the Palestinian refugee camp.

Witnesses told Days of Palestine that Al-Ja’fari was hit with a live bullet in his right shoulder while he was watching the riots on top of his house.

Palestinian medical sources said that a live bullet had penetrated the upper part of Al-Ja’fari’s body, causing haemorrhage and he was killed just minutes after his was wounded.

A spokesman of the Israeli occupation forces claimed that Al-Ja’fari took part in the riots and he was shot dead while he was throwing stones. However, a big number of witnesses reported he was killed at home.

In the wake of Al-Ja’afri’s death, a large number of Palestinian refugees took part in a massive demonstration protesting against the Israeli storming their camp and attacking the refugees.

Freed prisoners rearrested

In Qalandia Refugee Camp, north of Jerusalem, the Israeli occupation raided several Palestinian houses and rearrested four Palestinians.

The Palestinians were identified Ahmed Zohair, Hamada abu-Shalbak, Mahmoud al-Zeer and Yazan al-Khatib.

During the arrest campaign, riots erupted and the Israeli forces fired live and rubber bullets as well as tear gas canisters.
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No casualties were reported.

Fire at Gazans

Meanwhile, the Israeli occupation forces opened fire at the Palestinian farmers in the east of the Gaza city. The farmers fled their farms and give up working since the early morning.

At the same time, the Israeli naval forces opened fire at the Palestinian fishermen off the Gaza coasts and the fishermen fled the sea without completing the mission.

No casualties were reported.