Palestinian injured in Nabi Saleh protest dies

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December 10, 2011 16:29

 
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The Palestinian protester injured during a protest in the West Bank town of Nebi Saleh died of wounds Saturday morning, according to activists.

The IDF said it was transferring the injured man to Belinson Hospital in Petah Tikva after he was treated by on-site IDF medics, according to Channel 10 news.

According to activists, Mustafa Tamimi, 28, was seriously injured in his head by a projectile fired by IDF forces attempting to disperse a demonstration in the town.

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