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A young Palestinian man died as a result of being wounded by occupation bullets in Nablus, in the northern West Bank

A young Palestinian man died today, Thursday, as a result of being wounded by Israeli occupation bullets at the “Deir Sharaf” checkpoint, west of the “Nablus” governorate, located in the northern West Bank.

The young man, Al-Mansour Billah Jalal Mahmoud Al-Jabbar (27 years old), a resident of the village of Jalqamous, northeast of Jenin, was seriously injured as a result of the occupation forces shooting him, at the aforementioned checkpoint in the morning, where they prevented ambulance crews from reaching the injured person, and detained his body. .

Another young man, aged 35 years, was injured by live bullets in the hand as a result of the confrontations that broke out at the aforementioned checkpoint, as the occupation forces closed it and prevented Palestinian citizens from crossing.

These forces fired live bullets at a car parked at the checkpoint, without knowing the fate of its occupants until now.

Earlier, a young Palestinian man named “Muhammad Khalil Al-Barghouti” from the town of Kafr Ain, northwest of Ramallah, was martyred today, Thursday, as a result of wounds he sustained about two weeks ago from the Israeli occupation forces, during their storming of the aforementioned town.

Medical sources said that with the martyrdom of the young man, “Muhammad Al-Barghouthi,” the number of martyrs in the West Bank, including Jerusalem, due to bullets and attacks by the occupation forces and settlers, rose to 386 martyrs.

In Nablus, in the northern West Bank, a young man was seriously injured as a result of Israeli occupation forces shooting him at the Deir Sharaf checkpoint.

Eyewitnesses reported that the occupation forces fired bullets at a young man while he was near the Deir Sharaf checkpoint, which led to him being seriously injured.

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