In a daily practice against defenseless Palestinian people, the Israeli occupation continues to target and use all kinds of weapons against them, leading to either their death or injuries.
A Palestinian man working as a teacher in a school near the occupied city of Jerusalem was shot dead by the Israeli occupation forces near an Israeli settlement in the southwest of the city of Nablus in the occupied West Bank.
The victim is Mohamed Ali Hussein Awad Abu Kafeeh, 36, from the town of Beit Ijza, northwest of occupied Jerusalem.
Mohamed was driving his car on his way back from the city of Qalqilya, and accidentally hit a police car parked on the side of the main street near the settlement of Hagag Gilad, southwest of Nablus, and an occupation soldiers kept shooting at him until he died.
In recent years, the shooting of Palestinians has been increasing. Some Palestinians were killed simply for being suspected for “planning” to carry out operations against Israeli soldiers and guards, without posing any danger.