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Ramallah, occupied West Bank – Israeli forces have killed a Palestinian man during a raid on the northern West Bank city of Tubas.
The Palestinian health ministry identified the man as 58-year-old Salah Tawfiq Sawafta, and said he succumbed to his wounds after he was shot in the head earlier on Friday.
According to state news agency WAFA and other local media outlets, Sawafta was returning home from dawn prayers at the mosque near his home when he was shot.
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A video said to be taken at the time of the shooting appears to show Sawafta unarmed and attempting to enter a store before being shot. Al Jazeera could not independently verify the video.
Israeli forces had raided Tubas at dawn on Friday. “During the activity in the village of Tubas, a number of armed men threw Molotov cocktails and opened fire at the forces who responded with fire,” the Israeli army said in a statement.
Another Palestinian man sustained injuries to his leg from live ammunition.
Sawafta had sent out invitations to his daughter’s wedding recently, due to take place next week.
Press sources: "Salah Sawafta, Abu Jbara, 60 years old, passed away due to injuries in the head when he finished Fajr prayer and left the mosque in Tubas."
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