Palestinian medics: IDF kills Palestinian near Gaza border

By REUTERS
January 14, 2013 22:27

 
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IDF soldiers shot and killed a Palestinian man in the Gaza Strip on Monday, medical officials said.

Israel had no immediate comment on the reported shooting of the man, who the Islamist Hamas-run Health Ministry said was a farmer, in the Gaza town of Beit Lahiya on the frontier with Israel.

Palestinian officials said a gunshot to the head had critically wounded 21-year-old Mustafa Abu Jarad. Doctors in the hospital at Shifa where he was treated said he had died of his injuries.

The Israel-Gaza frontier has been mostly calm since November when eight days of Palestinian rocket fire and Israeli air strikes killed 170 Palestinians and six Israelis.

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