A Palestinian young man succumbed to his wounds, only few hours after he was shot and critically injured by Israeli occupation forces in the village of Mazraa Al Gharbiya, near Ramallah, on Friday.
The Palestinian Ministry of Health said Saturday Othman Ahmad Ladadweh, 33, a father of two, succumbed to his wounds after he was shot by live bullets by the Israeli forces in the village, Palestinian news agency (WAFA) reported.
Eight other Palestinians were also injured, two of them seriously, after the occupation forces cracked down on dozens of demonstrators who were protesting in the village against illegal Israeli settlement activities.
The forces also attacked with teargas journalists who were reporting from the village and banned them from covering the events.
On Friday, four Palestinians were martyred and 232 others were injured as a result of the Israeli occupation forces' repression of participants in the peaceful return marches in the eastern Gaza Strip.
Since March 30, Palestinians in the Gaza Strip have been moving towards the separation fence with the occupied territories as part of the march of return and breaking the siege. Since then, more than 204 Palestinians have been killed and more than 22 thousand were injured. (QNA)
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