Gazan protester held by IOF for ten days announced dead

(QNN) – A Palestinian boy has died today Sunday from wounds sustained by Israeli gunfire while he was trying to cross the separation fence to return to his occupied territories southern Gaza Strip 10 days ago.

The Israeli occupation authorities informed the Palestinian authorities in Gaza that 16-year-old Ishaq Abd al-Mu’ti Eshtawi, from Rafah city, died from his injury sustained on 3 April.

The Israeli occupation forces shot and arrested Ishtewi along with two others as they were attempting to cross the separation fence southern the besieged Strip. Two of them were wounded with gunshot wounds.

The two other children, both 16 years old, were released on April 8 and April 5 through Erez crossing.

Ishtewi, who was shot in the abdomen, fell in a coma after his injury. He was kept for 10 days by IOF before he was announced dead.

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