Ammar Hamdi Mifleh

Ammar MiflehDecember 2, 2022: Ammar Hamdi Mifleh, 22, was executed by an Israeli soldier who shot him while he was lying on the ground. After shooting Ammar on the ground once, the soldier then fired again a total of four times. Ammar was unarmed, and was lying on the ground when he was shot. The assassination took place in Huwwara town, south of Nablus, in the northern part of the occupied West Bank.

The Palestinian Health Ministry said the slain young man was identified as Ammar Hamdi Mifleh, 22, from Osarin village, south of Nablus.

The Health Ministry said the soldiers prevented a Palestinian ambulance and medics from approaching the wounded young man, who bled out while lying on the street, and succumbed to his wounds before the army took his corpse to an unknown destination.

A video documenting the Israeli attack shows the soldier wrapping his arm around the young man’s neck and trying to drag him away before two Palestinians tried to intervene and de-escalate the situation.

The young man, who managed to get free from the soldier’s neck hold, wrestled with him for brief seconds before the soldier started removing his pistol out of its holster. The soldier’s rifle fell from his shoulder in the process, and then he pushed the Palestinian, dropping him to the ground, before firing four rounds at him.

The soldier then approached the Palestinian again and before using his pistol to fire another round in a clear indication he executed the young man although he posed no threat, before picking up his rifle.

The soldier’s life was clearly not in danger, especially since the young man was already on the ground, and he could have subdued him at gunpoint to allow other soldiers to arrest him.

Eyewitnesses said the scuffle was fast and brief and that when the Palestinians seemed to have grabbed the muzzle area of the rifle, he was trying to ensure it wasn’t pointed at him.

The Israeli army claimed a Palestinian “stabbed a police officer in Huwwara” before he was shot by the soldiers, adding that the officer suffered mild wounds.

The allegation cannot be substantiated, while eyewitnesses said the fatal shooting of the young man had nothing to do with the alleged stabbing,

According to the army, “the Palestinian attempted to snatch the weapon from the soldier before his rifle fell”. The video evidence contradicts that claim. But even that scenario does not justify firing four live rounds at the Palestinian who was already on the ground and was unarmed.

The young man’s execution led to massive protests in Huwwara before the soldiers shot a young man with a rubber-coated steel bullet and caused dozens to suffer the effects of tear gas inhalation.

The Palestinian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Expatriates denounced the execution of the young man and described it as “a cold-blooded murder committed by a racist Israeli occupation soldier encouraged by the extremist political and military leadership in Israel.”

It added that Israel’s policies allowing soldiers to use live fire against unarmed Palestinians are all part of the political incitement, hatred, and racism of the Israeli political and military leaderships and the illegal paramilitary colonizers who became a second army occupying Palestine.

The Ministry called on the International Criminal Court and the International Community to end their deadly silence, prosecute the war criminals, and end this illegal, criminal colonialist occupation of Palestine and its seriously escalating crimes.

Ammar was from Huwwara, south of Nablus, in the northern part of the occupied West Bank. Source: IMEMC

Na’im Jamal Zubeidi

NaimDecember 1, 2022: Na’im Jamal Zubeidi, 27, was shot and killed by Israeli soldiers invading Jenin refugee camp.

Na’im’s father, Jamal Zubeidi, said his slain son was a former political prisoner released from Israeli detention just a few months ago [June 10] and that he has a little child named Elia, and his wife is pregnant with a second child.

“Just before the soldiers killed my son, approximately at two at dawn, undercover forces infiltrated the refugee camp, and many young men noticed them and started throwing stones at them,” Jamal stated, “The soldiers shot Mohammad Sa’adi, and when Na’im tried to reach him to try to move him to an ambulance, the soldiers shot him with seven live rounds and killed him.”

“They shot him in the head, in the chest, and several other parts of his body,” the father added, “I was sleeping, and in the morning, I was told he was injured, but when I went to the hospital I found out that he was dead. My son worked at the Industrial Zone all day, and I couldn’t see him yesterday when he returned home and today… I lost him.”

The Palestinian Health Ministry said the soldiers killed Na’im Jamal Zubeidi, 27, and Mohammad Ayman Sa’adi, 26, after shooting them with live fire.

The Health Ministry added that the soldiers also injured a third Palestinian who suffered bullet fragments wounds to his face.

A large military force invaded the Al-Hadaf area in Jenin city, and the Jenin refugee camp, and the soldiers stormed and ransacked many homes and buildings and occupied rooftops to use as sniper posts and monitoring towers.

Media sources said undercover soldiers also infiltrated the Jenin refugee camp and rammed a motorcycle with their vehicle before abducting two young men, Khaled Ar’arawi and Ahmad as-Sous.

The sources added that the soldiers surrounded two homes in the Al-Hadaf area in Jenin before storming the properties and abducting Wisam Fayed and Omar Nasser Taleb.

The invasions led to massive protests in Jenin and the Jenin refugee camp, while armed resistance fighters also exchanged fire with the invading soldiers.

The soldiers fired a barrage of live rounds and many rubber-coated steel bullets, gas bombs, and concussion grenades, killing two and wounding another.

Thousands of Palestinians marched in front of Ibn Sina hospital in Jenin carrying the corpses of the two slain young men throughout various streets in Jenin and Jenin refugee camp while chanting for unity, international protection, and ongoing resistance against the illegal Israeli colonialist occupation until liberation and independence.

On Wednesday, Israeli soldiers killed a young Palestinian man, Mohammad Tawfiq Badarna, 26, in Ya’bad town, south of Jenin, in the northern part of the occupied West Bank.

Also Wednesday, a Palestinian child from the Negev, Issa Hani Talqat, 13, died during surgery at the Israeli Soroka Medical Center a month after an Israeli police officer shot him with live fire in Arara town in the Negev.

On Tuesday, Israeli soldiers killed Rani Ma’moun Fayez Abu Ali, 45, north of the Al-Biereh city, in the central West Bank governorate of Ramallah and Al-Biereh, after claiming he tried to ram them with his car shortly after ramming and seriously wounding a soldier.

On Tuesday evening, Israeli soldiers killed Ra’ed Ghazi Na’san, 21, after the army invaded the Al-Mughayyir village east of Ramallah, in the central part of the occupied West Bank.

Early Tuesday morning, Israeli soldiers killed two Palestinian siblings, Jawad Abdul-Rahman Rimawi, 22, and his brother, Thafer, 21, in Kafr Ein town, northwest of Ramallah, in the central West Bank.

On Tuesday dawn, the Palestinian Health Ministry said Mohammad Mahmoud Ekhlayyel, 44, died from serious wounds he suffered after Israeli soldiers shot and seriously wounded him and injured twenty-one after the army invaded Beit Ummar town, north of Hebron, in the southern part of the occupied West Bank.

Na’im was from Jenin refugee camp, in the northern West Bank. Source: IMEMC

Mohammad Ayman Sa’adi

MohammadDecember 1, 2022: Mohammad Ayman Sa’adi, 26, was shot and killed by Israeli soldiers invading Jenin refugee camp.

The Palestinian Health Ministry said the soldiers killed Na’im Jamal Zubeidi, 27, and Mohammad Ayman Sa’adi, 26, after shooting them with live fire.

The Health Ministry added that the soldiers also injured a third Palestinian who suffered bullet fragments wounds to his face.

Na’im’s father, Jamal Zubeidi, said his slain son was a former political prisoner released from Israeli detention just a few months ago [June 10] and that he has a little child named Elia, and his wife is pregnant with a second child.

“Just before the soldiers killed my son, approximately at two at dawn, undercover forces infiltrated the refugee camp, and many young men noticed them and started throwing stones at them,” Jamal stated, “The soldiers shot Mohammad Sa’adi, and when Na’im tried to reach him to try to move him to an ambulance, the soldiers shot him with seven live rounds and killed him.”

“They shot him in the head, in the chest, and several other parts of his body,” the father added, “I was sleeping, and in the morning, I was told he was injured, but when I went to the hospital I found out that he was dead. My son worked at the Industrial Zone all day, and I couldn’t see him yesterday when he returned home and today… I lost him.”

A large military force invaded the Al-Hadaf area in Jenin city, and the Jenin refugee camp, and the soldiers stormed and ransacked many homes and buildings and occupied rooftops to use as sniper posts and monitoring towers.

Media sources said undercover soldiers also infiltrated the Jenin refugee camp and rammed a motorcycle with their vehicle before abducting two young men, Khaled Ar’arawi and Ahmad as-Sous.

The sources added that the soldiers surrounded two homes in the Al-Hadaf area in Jenin before storming the properties and abducting Wisam Fayed and Omar Nasser Taleb.

The invasions led to massive protests in Jenin and the Jenin refugee camp, while armed resistance fighters also exchanged fire with the invading soldiers.

The soldiers fired a barrage of live rounds and many rubber-coated steel bullets, gas bombs, and concussion grenades, killing two and wounding another.

Thousands of Palestinians marched in front of Ibn Sina hospital in Jenin carrying the corpses of the two slain young men throughout various streets in Jenin and Jenin refugee camp while chanting for unity, international protection, and ongoing resistance against the illegal Israeli colonialist occupation until liberation and independence.

On Wednesday, Israeli soldiers killed a young Palestinian man, Mohammad Tawfiq Badarna, 26, in Ya’bad town, south of Jenin, in the northern part of the occupied West Bank.

Also Wednesday, a Palestinian child from the Negev, Issa Hani Talqat, 13, died during surgery at the Israeli Soroka Medical Center a month after an Israeli police officer shot him with live fire in Arara town in the Negev.

On Tuesday, Israeli soldiers killed Rani Ma’moun Fayez Abu Ali, 45, north of the Al-Biereh city, in the central West Bank governorate of Ramallah and Al-Biereh, after claiming he tried to ram them with his car shortly after ramming and seriously wounding a soldier.

On Tuesday evening, Israeli soldiers killed Ra’ed Ghazi Na’san, 21, after the army invaded the Al-Mughayyir village east of Ramallah, in the central part of the occupied West Bank.

Early Tuesday morning, Israeli soldiers killed two Palestinian siblings, Jawad Abdul-Rahman Rimawi, 22, and his brother, Thafer, 21, in Kafr Ein town, northwest of Ramallah, in the central West Bank.

On Tuesday dawn, the Palestinian Health Ministry said Mohammad Mahmoud Ekhlayyel, 44, died from serious wounds he suffered after Israeli soldiers shot and seriously wounded him and injured twenty-one after the army invaded Beit Ummar town, north of Hebron, in the southern part of the occupied West Bank.

Mohammad was from Jenin refugee camp, in the northern West Bank. Source: IMEMC

Mohammad Tawfiq Badarna

Mohammad BadarnaNovember 30, 2022: Mohammad Tawfiq Badarna, 26, was killed by Israeli soldiers in Ya’bad town, south of Jenin, in the northern part of the occupied West Bank.

The Palestinian Health Ministry has confirmed the death of Mohammad Tawfiq Badarna, 26, who was shot with live Israeli army fire.

Dozens of Israeli soldiers and undercover officers invaded the town and surrounded the home of Abboud Herzallah before storming the property and abducting him.

The invasion led to exchanges of fire between the soldiers and Palestinian resistance fighters in the town.

Dozens of Palestinians also protested the invasion and hurled stones at the soldiers who fired many live rounds, rubber-coated steel bullets, and gas bombs, killing the young man and inflicting several injuries.

Photo By Quds News Agency

Thousands of Palestinians marched in front of Ibn Sina Specialized Hospital carrying the corpse of the slain young man, chanting against the illegal Israeli occupation and ongoing escalations and calling for continued resistance until liberation and independence.

The slain Palestinian was then taken to a mosque in his hometown for funeral prayers before he was buried at the local graveyard.

Also Wednesday, a Palestinian child from the Negev, Issa Hani Talqat, 13, died during surgery at the Israeli Soroka Medical Center a month after an Israeli police officer shot him with live fire in Arara town in the Negev.

On Tuesday, Israeli soldiers killed Rani Ma’moun Fayez Abu Ali, 45, north of the Al-Biereh city, in the central West Bank governorate of Ramallah and Al-Biereh, after claiming he tried to ram them with his car shortly after ramming and seriously wounding a soldier.

On Tuesday evening, Israeli soldiers killed Ra’ed Ghazi Na’san, 21, after the army invaded the Al-Mughayyir village east of Ramallah, in the central part of the occupied West Bank.

Early Tuesday morning, Israeli soldiers killed two Palestinian siblings, Jawad Abdul-Rahman Rimawi, 22, and his brother, Thafer, 21, in Kafr Ein town, northwest of Ramallah, in the central West Bank.

On Tuesday dawn, the Palestinian Health Ministry said Mohammad Mahmoud Ekhlayyel, 44, died from serious wounds he suffered after Israeli soldiers shot and seriously wounded him and injured twenty-one after the army invaded Beit Ummar town, north of Hebron, in the southern part of the occupied West Bank.

Mohammad was from Ya’bad town, south of Jenin, in the northern part of the occupied West Bank. Source: IMEMC

Rani Ma’moun Abu Ali

November 29, 2022: Rani Ma’moun Fayez Abu Ali, 45, was shot and killed by Israeli soldiers north of Al-Biereh city, in the central West Bank governorate of Ramallah and Al-Biereh. The Israeli military claimed, despite video evidence to the contrary, that the middle-aged father of five young children had tried to ram them with his car, shortly after ramming and seriously wounding a soldier. Rani was the fifth Palestinian, including two siblings, to be killed by Israeli soldiers Tuesday.

Rani was a married father of five children and had a permit to work at a “Rami Levy Store” in the Benyamin colony; he started working there about a month ago.

In a statement, the Palestinian General Assembly for Civil Affairs said Israeli soldiers killed Rani Ma’moun Fayez Abu Ali, 45, from Betunia town, west of Ramallah, adding that the soldiers shot and seriously injured the Palestinian, who later succumbed to his wounds at an Israeli hospital.

The Israeli army claimed that the soldiers fired several live rounds at the Palestinian who was driving his car and rammed it into a metal barrier and alleged that he was trying to “ram the soldiers with his car.”

The soldiers immediately started firing live rounds through the rear windshield of the stopped car, which contradicted their claim that he was trying to ram them – since they were firing at him through the rear window of the vehicle.

Israeli reports also made contradictory accounts of the shooting – with some saying that the Palestinian driver “exited his car and was shot by the soldiers in the middle of a busy road.”

However, a video from the scene shows the Palestinian car stopped after hitting a road barrier, before sounds of live fire are heard. The video also shows an Israeli police officer striking the car’s side window with his rifle, an issue that indicates that the driver was still inside the vehicle that came to a complete stop.

The Israeli army also stopped and prevented Palestinian ambulances from reaching the wounded man and closed the entire area.

Israeli sources said a female soldier suffered serious wounds after being rammed by the car driven by the slain Palestinian.

According to Israeli reports, the officer, roughly 20 years of age, was injured at 10:45 in the morning on Route 60 near Kochav Ya’akov, north of occupied Jerusalem, before Israeli medics were called to the scene to treat the woman and evacuated her to Shaare Zedek Medical Center in Jerusalem.

Also, according to the Israeli reports, the “driver sped away before he was located and shot after a short manhunt.”

Israeli National News quoted Paramedic Shmulik David stating, “We were told that a vehicle hit her [the soldier] and escaped. We moved her quickly to the ambulance while providing life-saving treatment, stopping the bleeding and providing pain relief, and then transferred her to a mobile intensive care unit that is conveying her to hospital in severe but stable condition,”

The army said the soldier was run over at a gas station near Kokhav Ya’akov colony and that the Palestinian fled the scene before the soldiers killed him after a “short manhunt,” and added that the soldiers initiated massive searches in the area “looking for additional suspects.”

Surveillance shows the car turning around in a gas station, trying to speed out, and then ramming the soldier before the driver sped away. However, it is hard to determine if the driver lost control of his car and struck the soldier before fleeing the scene.

It is also unclear whether the car that hit the soldier was the same one driven by Rani.

The Israeli National News also said that the Police Sergeant Majors David Yoel and Menashe Naftali “praised the officers who killed the Palestinian.”

It also quoted Police Commissioner Yaakov ‘Kobi’ Shabtai, who spoke to the two officers who opened fire at the car and “praised them for their efforts in neutralizing the terrorist.”

Shabtai, according to Israeli National News, also said that the officers “performed excellently” and that their so-called “initial identification of a suspicious vehicle, before they even knew about the incident, followed by their linking it to the incident, with the result of a dead terrorist – that’s what I want to see.”.

An Israeli police officer said that he and other officers noticed a speeding car “driving widely” and also at the same time “hearing reports about an attack” before firing many live rounds at the Palestinian driver who allegedly continued to drive “trying to escape towards Givat Assaf” colony.

According to Israeli National News, the officer added, “We realized that it was the [terrorist’s vehicle]. We spread out and stopped the vehicle, and fired at him, and he continued to escape toward Givat Assaf. We drove after him – he was endangering the other drivers on the road – and in the area of the checkpoint, we approached him.”

Palestinian sources said the Palestinian was killed because Israeli soldiers profiled him as the attacker and chose to fire many live rounds at his car and that the entire incident was a traffic accident and not a ramming attack.

It is worth mentioning that many Palestinians have been killed or seriously injured in traffic accidents involving Israeli vehicles, soldiers, or colonizers after the army believed those accidents were “deliberate ramming attacks,” an issue that raises fears among Palestinian drives involved in this type of traffic accidents with Israeli colonizers or soldiers, pushing many to try to flee in fear of being profile as attackers before being shot.

On Tuesday evening, Israeli soldiers killed Ra’ed Ghazi Na’san, 21, after the army invaded the Al-Mughayyir village east of Ramallah, in the central part of the occupied West Bank.

Early Tuesday morning, Israeli soldiers killed two Palestinian siblings, Jawad Abdul-Rahman Rimawi, 22, and his brother, Thafer, 21, in Kafr Ein town, northwest of Ramallah, in the central West Bank.

On Tuesday dawn, the Palestinian Health Ministry said a Palestinian, Mohammad Mahmoud Ekhlayyel, 44, died from serious wounds he suffered after Israeli soldiers shot and seriously wounded him and injured twenty-one after the army invaded Beit Ummar town, north of Hebron, in the southern part of the occupied West Bank.

Rani was from the Ramallah District, in the central West Bank. Source: IMEMC

Ra’ed Ghazi Na’san

RaedNovember 29, 2022: Ra’ed Ghazi Na’san, 21, was shot and killed by Israeli forces on Tuesday evening when the Israeli army invaded the Al-Mughayyir village east of Ramallah, in the central part of the occupied West Bank. Raed was the fourth Palestinian, including two siblings, to be killed by the soldiers, Tuesday.

The Palestinian Health Ministry said the soldiers shot Ra’ed Ghazi Na’san, 21, with several live rounds in the chest.

Local nonviolent activist against the illegal Israeli Annexation Wall and Colonies, Kathem Haj Mohammad, said a large military force invaded the village and fired dozens of live rounds, rubber-coated steel bullets and gas bombs at Palestinian youngsters who protested the invasion.

He added that Ra’ed suffered serious gunshot wounds to the chest and was rushed to a clinic in the nearby Turmus Ayya town, and received essential first aid, before he was moved to the Istishari Hospital in Ramallah, where he was officially pronounced dead.

Early Tuesday morning, Israeli soldiers killed two Palestinian siblings, Jawad Abdul-Rahman Rimawi, 22, and his brother, Thafer, 21, in Kafr Ein town, northwest of Ramallah, in the central West Bank.

On Tuesday dawn, the Palestinian Health Ministry said a Palestinian, Mohammad Mahmoud Ekhlayyel, 44, died from serious wounds he suffered after Israeli soldiers shot and seriously wounded him and injured twenty-one after the army invaded Beit Ummar town, north of Hebron, in the southern part of the occupied West Bank.

 

Raed was from Al-Mughayyir village east of Ramallah, in the central part of the occupied West Bank. Source: IMEMC

Jawad Abdul-Rahman Rimawi

November 29, 2022: Jawad Abdul-Rahman Rimawi, 22, was shot and killed by Israeli soldiers early Tuesday morning, along with his brother Thafer, 21, in Kafr Ein town, northwest of Ramallah, in the central West Bank.

The Israeli soldiers invaded the town, leading to protests by the local Palestinians.

The soldiers fired many live rounds, rubber-coated steel bullets, and gas bombs randomly.

The Palestinian Health Ministry has confirmed that the soldiers killed Jawad after shooting him with live fire in the abdomen.

The Health Ministry added that the soldiers also shot Jawad’s brother, Thafer Rimawi, 21, with a live round in the chest, causing a life-threatening injury, before he succumbed to his serious wounds

Sources at the Yasser Arafat Hospital in Ramallah said the soldiers used expanding bullets against the Palestinians, killing the two siblings and wounding several others, some seriously.

On Tuesday dawn, the Palestinian Health Ministry said a Palestinian, Mofeed  Mohammad Mahmoud Ekhlayyel, 44, died from serious wounds he suffered after Israeli soldiers shot and seriously wounded him and injured twenty-one after the army invaded Beit Ummar town, north of Hebron, in the southern part of the occupied West Bank, leading to protests.

Jawad was from Kafr Ein town, northwest of Ramallah, in the central West Bank. Source: IMEMC

Thafer Abdul-Rahman Rimawi

ThaferNovember 29, 2022: Thafer Abdul-Rahman Rimawi, 21, was shot and killed by Israeli soldiers early Tuesday morning, along with his brother Jawad, 22, in Kafr Ein town, northwest of Ramallah, in the central West Bank.

The Israeli soldiers invaded the town, leading to protests by the local Palestinians. The soldiers fired many live rounds, rubber-coated steel bullets, and gas bombs randomly.

The Palestinian Health Ministry has confirmed that the soldiers shot Thafer with a live round in the chest, causing a life-threatening injury, before he succumbed to his serious wounds.

The Health Ministry added that the soldiers also killed Thafer’s brother, Jawad Abdul-Rahman Rimawi, 22, after shooting him with live fire in the abdomen.

Sources at the Yasser Arafat Hospital in Ramallah said the soldiers used expanding bullets against the Palestinians, killing the two siblings and wounding several others, some seriously.

On Tuesday dawn, the Palestinian Health Ministry said a Palestinian, Mofeed Mohammad Mahmoud Ekhlayyel, 44, died from serious wounds he suffered after Israeli soldiers shot and seriously wounded him and injured twenty-one after the army invaded Beit Ummar town, north of Hebron, in the southern part of the occupied West Bank, leading to protests.

Thafer was from Kafr Ein town, northwest of Ramallah, in the central West Bank. Source: IMEMC

Mofeed Mahmoud Ekhlayyil

November 29, 2022: Mofeed Mahmoud Ekhlayyil, 44, was shot and killed by Israeli soldiers, who also wounded 21 other Palestinians, during an invasion of Beit Ummar town, north of Hebron, in the southern part of the occupied West Bank.

Medical sources at the Al-Ahli Hospital in Hebron said the soldiers shot Mofeed with a live round in the head.

The sources said the medics rushed Mofeed to the hospital, where the surgeons tried to save his life, but he succumbed to his very serious gunshot wounds to the head.

The soldiers also injured twenty-one Palestinians, including nine who were shot with live fire; one of the wounded suffered a moderate-to-serious gunshot wound to the chest, and later his condition was described as stable.

The Health Ministry said nine Palestinians suffered wounds after the soldiers shot them with live fire; one of them suffered a moderate gunshot wound to the shoulder, one suffered a moderate gunshot wound to the chest, four to their arms, and two suffered mild wounds to the leg and the foot.

Some of the wounded were rushed to the local Beit Ummar town clinic before the soldiers stormed and ransacked the medical facility.

Furthermore, the soldiers closed the nearby main entrance of Palestine Technical University – Kadoorie, in the Al-Arroub refugee camp, north of Hebron, after placing concrete blocks.

Mofeed’s death brings the number of Palestinians killed by Israeli army fire in November to fourteen Palestinians, including five children.

  1. November 24, 2022, Mohammad Hisham Abu Keshik, 22.
  2. November 23, 2022, Ahmad Amjad Shehada, 16.
  3. November 23, 2022, Mohammad Ahmad Herzallah, 30.
  4. November 21, 2022, Mahmoud al-Sa’di, 17.
  5. November 15, 2022, Mohammad Morad Souf, 18.
  6. November 14, 2022, Folla Rasmi Masalma, 15.
  7. November 9, 2022, Mahdi Hashash, 17.
  8. November 9, 2022, Ra’fat Ali Ayasa, 29.
  9. November 05, 2022, Mos’ab Mohammad Nafal, 18.
  10. November 3, 2022, Farouq Jamil Salama, 28.
  11. November 3, 2022, Mohammad Samer Khallouf, 14.
  12. November 3, 2022, Amer Husam Bader, 20.
  13. November 02, 2022, Habes Abdul-Hafith Rayyan, 54.

Mofeed was from Beit Ummar, in the southern part of the West Bank. Source: IMEMC

Mohammad Hisham Abu Keshik

November 24, 2022: Mohammad Hisham Abu Keshik, 22, was shot and killed by Israeli soldiers during an invasion of Nablus. Also during that invasion, Ahmad Amjad Shehada, only sixteen years of age, was shot in the heart succumbed to his serious wounds.

Mohammad was shot with an expanding bullet in the abdomen resulting in serious damage to his intestines that were protruding out of his body, in addition to one who was stuck with a concussion grenade in the head, and another Palestinian who was shot in the arm.

The Health Ministry said the soldiers shot five Palestinians who were rushed to Rafidia governmental hospital in Nablus, one of whom (Ahmad) suffered a serious gunshot wound to the heart, and another of whom (Mohammad) was shot with a live round in the abdomen and remained in critical condition until he succumbed to his wounds.

In addition to the two who were killed, the Israeli soldiers injured 32 young men.

His family said Mohammad was far from where the army invaded Nablus and exchanged fire with Palestinian fighters near Joseph’s Tomb, east of the city.

Dozens of Israeli military vehicles, and several bulldozers, invaded Nablus leading to massive protests before the soldiers fired a barrage of live rounds, rubber-coated steel bullets, and gas bombs randomly.

Furthermore, the Palestinian Health Ministry has confirmed, Wednesday night, the death of Mohammad Ahmad Hasan Herzallah, 30, who succumbed to serious wounds he suffered after the soldiers shot him on July 24th when the army also killed two Palestinians.

Mohammad was from Nablus, in the northern West Bank. Source: IMEMC