News ID: 342208
Publish Date: 03 April 2012 - 06:13
Navideshahed: A Palestinian who was shot and injured by Israeli troops in a West Bank village last week died of his injuries on Monday.

Rashad Deeb was shot and injured along with his two brothers in the early hours of March 27 during an incident in Rammun village, 10km northeast of Ramallah.

Deeb was taken to Shaarei Tzedek hospital in Jerusalem but died of his injuries early on Monday, Israeli and Palestinian medical sources said.

"He arrived in critical condition and was operated on, but he died at 04:00 this morning," a spokesperson for the hospital said.

A Palestinian ambulance official said he had been contacted by the hospital to retrieve the body and was awaiting permission to enter the Occupied Palestine (so-called Israel).

The incident occurred when the three brothers had heard someone moving around outside their home during the night and had gone out to confront them, believing they were thieves, witnesses and Palestinian security sources said.

But the "thieves" turned out to be Israeli soldiers working undercover, who were dressed to look like Palestinians and opened fire on the three brothers in cold blood, they said.

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Source: Fars News Agency

Rashad Deeb was shot and injured along with his two brothers in the early hours of March 27 during an incident in Rammun village, 10km northeast of Ramallah. Deeb was taken to Shaarei Tzedek hospital in Jerusalem but died of his injuries early on Monday, Israeli and Palestinian medical sources said. "He arrived in critical condition and was operated on, but he died at 04:00 this morning," a spokesperson for the hospital said. A Palestinian ambulance official said he had been contacted by the hospital to retrieve the body and was awaiting permission to enter the Occupied Palestine (so-called Israel). The incident occurred when the three brothers had heard someone moving around outside their home during the night and had gone out to confront them, believing they were thieves, witnesses and Palestinian security sources said. But the "thieves" turned out to be Israeli soldiers working undercover, who were dressed to look like Palestinians and opened fire on the three brothers in cold blood, they said. The End Source: Fars News Agency
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