The Gaza Post|The News of Palestine-West Bank
The Palestinian Health Ministry said IOF killed Palestinian man in Hebron and multiple others were wounded in clashes with Israeli forces in the West Bank and Gaza on Friday.
Mohammed Zain al-Jabari, age 24 from Hebron, was shot by live fire and taken to a nearby hospital where he later succumbed to his wounds, the Ministry stated, Palestine News Network reported.
Jabri was handicapped and Palestinian media outlets said Jabri was deaf and mute, according to eyewitnesses in Hebron.
The body of Jabari was buried by the people of the Hebron on Friday evening with the participation of national figures. The funeral cemetery took place at the Al-Sheikh neighborhood in the center of Hebron.
Participants in the funeral ceremony chanted slogans condemning the Israeli crimes committed by the occupation against children, women, the elderly and defenseless citizens and executing them in cold blood.
Dozens of Palestinians protested throughout the West Bank on Friday, including in the cities of Hebron, Nablus, Ramllah and in Kfar Qadum.
Protests came amid tensions that rose after US President Donald Trump recognized Jerusalem as Israel’s capital.
Four Palestinians were wounded in clashes with Israeli forces across the West Bank, the Ministry stated.
Two were said to have been moderately wounded, one from live and another from a rubber-coated bullet, were taken to a hospital in Nablus.
Another two additional wounded from live fire were taken to a hospital in South of Salfit, the Ministry added.
The Health Ministry in Gaza also reported three wounded in clashes by the border with Israel, one severely and two moderately.
The clashes took place East of Jabalya refugee camp, North of Gaza City.