Palestinian shot by Israeli forces yesterday dies

The Israeli occupation forces shot the man yesterday in Al-Khalil

Palestinian man, who was shot by Israeli occupation forces yesterday succumbed to his wounds, Palestinian MOH announced on Tuesday.

While Yent News claimed he had a knife, 0404 website claimed he had a screwdriver and hit two Israeli soldiers, causing them light injuries

Days of Palestine, West Bank -Palestinian man, who was shot by Israeli occupation forces yesterday succumbed to his wounds, Palestinian MOH announced on Tuesday.

The Israeli occupation forces opened fire on Monday at the 51-year-old Palestinian Mohamed Baradiyeh at the entrance of Al-Arrub Refugee Camp in the southern occupied West Bank district of Al-Khalil.

While in critical condition, he was taken by the Israeli paramedics to Shaare Zedek Medical Centre, an Israeli hospital.

Baradiyeh remained under observation in the intensive care unit until he dies 10 minutes before 5pm. The Israeli hospital informed the Palestinian MOH about his death today morning.

Israeli occupation forces opened fire at the Palestinian man, claiming he had a knife and attempted to killed Israelis. Israeli mass media reported contradicted narratives about his issue.

While Yent News claimed he had a knife, 0404 website claimed he had a screwdriver and hit two Israeli soldiers, causing them light injuries.

It has been common that the Israeli occupation forces shot and kill the Palestinian civilians and claims they had knives and attempted to stab Israelis. This claim has become enough proof to justify killing a Palestinian civilian.

(Source / 19.07.2016)

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