February 28, 2017: Rabea’ Najeh Salman, 20, was killed after falling into a deep quarry when Israeli soldiers chased him and several other workers after they tried to climb the Separation Wall to cross into Israel for work. The quarry he fell in was at least 50 meters (164 feet) deep which led to his instant death. Palestinian medics rushed to the scene after receiving a call about the incident, but he died from the fall, and was officially pronounced dead before the ambulance even reached Rafidia governmental hospital in Nablus. Rabea’ was from Askar refugee camp in the northern West Bank district of Nablus. Source: IMEMC
February 16, 2017: Samed Fathi Abu Shanab, 29, died from serious wounds he suffered in 2005 after Israeli soldiers shot him in the back near a former settlement in the Gaza Strip, causing paralysis and various complications, including kidney failure. He was later moved to an Egyptian hospital and died from his wounds while awaiting a kidney transplant surgery. Samed was from Khan Younis. Source: IMEMC
February 10, 2017: Mohammad Amer al-Jallad, 24, died from serious wounds he suffered on November 9, 2016 when Israeli soldiers shot him at Huwwara military roadblock near the northern West Bank city of Nablus. He allegedly had attempted to stab them. The Palestinian was moved to an Israeli hospital where he remained in a critical condition until his death. He also suffered lymphoma cancer that went untreated after his serious injury, causing serious complications. Mohammad was from Tulkarem in the northern part of the West Bank. Source: IMEMC
Husam Hameed Soufi, 24, was also killed in the strike, while at least five Palestinians were injured and buried under the rubble.
The two Palestinians were workers trying to support their families amidst the ongoing Israeli siege on the Gaza Strip. Husam was from Rafah. Source: IMEMC
February 8, 2017: Suleiman Hammad Salah, 81, was killed after being struck by the speeding car of an Israeli colonialist settler, near Danial settlement, built on Palestinian land in the al-Khader town south of Bethlehem in the West Bank. The settler fled the scene on foot, leaving his car behind. Palestinian Red Crescent medics were called to the scene and moved the elderly man to a hospital, where he died from his wounds, especially due to severely bleeding after one of his legs was amputated in the crash. Source: IMEMC