Israeli occupation forces kill 33-year-old Palestinian near Jenin
Israeli occupation soldiers prevented ambulances and passersby from reaching the young man and left him bleeding on the ground until he was martyred.
The Palestinian Ministry of Health reported on Saturday the martyrdom of Palestinian youth Ahmad Mohammad Atatrah, 33, after he succumbed to the wounds that he sustained due to Israeli occupation gunfire southwest of Jenin.
State-run Palestinian news agency WAFA, cited Tareq Qabaha, the mayor of Tura Al-Gharbiya village, as saying that Israeli occupation soldiers stationed at the Rihan military checkpoint, opened gunfire at Atatrah while he was trying to cross the checkpoint on a bike, critically injuring him.
According to Qabaha, occupation soldiers prevented ambulances and passersby from reaching the young man and left him bleeding on the ground until he was martyred.
With Atatreh's martyrdom, the number of Palestinians killed at the hands of Israeli occupation soldiers and settlers rose to 151, including 33 in the ongoing heinous Israeli aggression against the Gaza Strip, according to the Palestinian Ministry of Health.
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