Palestinian man martyred during clashes with Israeli troops in Nablus
Zionist regime’s forces have shot and martyred a Palestinian man in the occupied West Bank city of Nablus.
According to Press TV quoting the Palestinian Health Ministry on Tuesday, 22-year-old Khaled Walid Tayeh attained martyrdom of a gun wound to the chest after being transported to hospital.
Tayeh was shot during clashes with Israeli troops who had surrounded a local residency and were attempting to arrest several of its inhabitants.
During the clashes, at least 40 other Palestinians were injured by the Israelis who were using live ammunition.
Six of the injured are reported to be in critical condition due to gunshot wounds.
The Zionist regime’s military regularly opens fatal fire on Palestinians, accusing them of attempting to engage in violence against its forces.
Human rights groups have repeatedly criticized the Tel Aviv regime for its policy of shoot-to-kill as a large number of the Palestinians martyred at the scene of attacks did not pose serious threats to Israelis.
Earlier in the day, Zionist regime’s forces announced that they had martyred a Palestinian man whom they claim was the prime suspect in the fatal shooting of a rabbi last month.
The Shin Bet security service said on Tuesday that it had shot and martyred Ahmad Nassar Jarrar during a pre-dawn raid on a building in the northern West Bank town of al-Yamun near the city of Jenin.
Rabbi Raziel Shevach was killed in a drive-by shooting near his home in the Havat Gilad outpost near the West Bank city of Nablus on January 9.