Israeli forces shot lifeless 21-year-old Bakeer Mohammad Hashash throughout a military raid on Balata refugee camp near Nablus.
Ramallah, occupied West Bank – A Palestinian man has been shot lifeless by Israeli forces throughout a confrontation that adopted a military raid on Balata refugee camp near the northern metropolis of Nablus within the occupied West Bank.
The Palestinian Ministry of Health recognized the person as 21-year-old Bakeer Mohammad Hashash and mentioned he was shot lifeless at daybreak on Thursday with a bullet to his head.
Hashash’s household informed native media that the Israeli military had been attempting to arrest him for a very long time.
In a video interview, Hashash’s mom mentioned he left home fearing arrest when he heard in regards to the military’s raid on the camp.
His brother was quoted by native media as saying that Hashash was in a confrontation with the Israeli forces earlier than he was shot lifeless.
A protest ensued within the Balata refugee camp – the biggest within the occupied West Bank – following the killing.
The Israeli army conducts such raids within the occupied West Bank on a near-daily foundation, together with in areas below the management of the Ramallah-based Palestinian Authority, the internationally recognised entity that has restricted autonomy in metropolis centres.
At least 21 Palestinians had been arrested in in a single day raids on Thursday throughout numerous cities and villages within the occupied West Bank, together with eight from the village of Deir Nitham, west of Ramallah.