Days of Palestine, West Bank –A Palestinian youth died as he was left bleeding when Israeli troops banned paramedics from approaching in Al-Khalil on Tuesday at dawn.
Diyaa Talahmeh, 24, was holding a fire bomb that exploded between his hands during clashes with the Israeli occupation forces in the village of Khursa near the West Bank city of Al-Khalil.
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Eyewitnesses said that the Talahmeh suffered serious injuries in several parts of his body and a Palestinian ambulance was called on with paramedics.
However, the Israeli troops, the eyewitnesses said, prevented the ambulance with the paramedics from approaching the youth, leaving him bleeding to death.
An Israeli army spokesperson said Israeli forces received reports of a road which had been blockaded with rocks near the village of Khursa, and that when Israeli forces arrived at the scene they heard an explosion nearby and went to investigate, finding a body.
“Initial inquiries suggest the suspect attempted to hurl an improvised explosive device at an army vehicle when it detonated,” the spokesperson said.
Dozens of Palestinians have been injured and many more arrested over the past week as Israeli occupation forces clashed with Palestinians protesting across the West Bank and Jerusalem against continuous Israeli violations of Al-Aqsa Mosque amid ongoing entry restrictions.