Palestinian dies after being shot during anti-war protest

November 19, 2012 21:38


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A Palestinian died in a hospital in Ramallah on Monday two days after he was shot by an IDF soldier during clashes at protests in the West Bank village of Nabi Saleh against the operation in Gaza, activists reported on Monday.

In a video released on Monday, around a dozen youths can be seen throwing rocks at IDF soldiers from a hillside in the village, while the soldiers fire tear gas and what sounds like rubber bullets. At one point, Rushdi Tamimi, 31, is seen sitting on the hillside, shots are heard and he falls to his side. The video then cuts to footage shot by a cameraman running to help Tamimi, who is then seen crouched with blood on his head.

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