At dawn on Tuesday, the Israeli occupation police shot a Palestinian worker at a construction site in Ashkelon, killing him instantly.
The Israeli police claimed that a police officer was part of a patrol searching for Palestinian workers working without permits on construction sites in the area where the incident took place, and shot Abdullah Taysir Musa Sorour, 41, from Hebron, after he refused to show his ID and work permit.
Last night, the Israeli occupation forces assaulted another Palestinian worker, Mohamed AlAqra,29, from Azzam Atma village in Qalqilya and broke his leg. He was transferred to Darwish Nazzal Governmental Hospital for treatment.
39 Palestinians have been killed since the beginning of this year by the occupation forces, 11 of them were killed in April, days after the Israeli Prime Minister, Naftali Bennett, called on his soldiers to shoot Palestinians “with no restrictions or limitations.”
In recent years, Palestinians were repeatedly shot with live bullets, some of whom were killed, only for being suspected of planning to carry out operations against Israeli soldiers, and without them posing any threat to the army.