Nablus (QNN)- Israeli soldiers on Wednesday executed Bilal Rawajbeh, a father of a two-month-old infant, using at least 11 bullets at Huwwarah military checkpoint in southern Nablus.
Local sources said Israeli soldiers opened fire from point-blank range at the car of Bilal Tawajbeh (29 years old) while it was at the checkpoint under the pretext of planning to carry out a resistance operation.
Israeli forces prevented ambulances or medical crews from reaching the area or providing medical aid to Rawajbeh, leaving him bleeding to death.
Israeli authorities also summoned Rawajbeh’s father for interrogation without informing him that they executed his son.
On his Facebook account, Rawajbeh had published a photo of his holding his 2-months-old baby Jwan.
Photos and video footage from the crime scene prove that Israeli forces shot at least 11 bullets at Rawajbeh.