Ramallah (QNN)- A Palestinian man was shot dead by Israeli occupation forces at the western entrance of the village of Beit Ur al-Tahta, in Ramallah in the occupied West Bank on Tuesday night.
The 39-year-old Palestinian man, identified as Ra’ed Jadallah, was shot dead last night by the Israeli forces as they shot him from a distance and left him bleeding to death.
Jadallah, who is a father of four, was coming home from his work to his family when he was shot dead by the occupation forces, according to his friend Mahdi Salman.
Salman told QNN that Jadallah called him to come and take him home by his car after he finished his work in the Israeli-occupied territories.
Salamn told QNN when he reached the place, he heard gunshots. He then stepped out of the car, and saw blood spots.
Salman said he then called Jadallah’s cell phone but there was no answer. He heard the phone ring, however, in a nearby place and walked towards it to find Jadallah dead after he was left bleeding.
Watch | A sad farewell to martyr Raed Jadallah, a #Palestinian man who was shot dead in cold blood last night by Israeli occupation forces at the entrance to the village of Beit Ur al-Tahta in the occupied West Bank. pic.twitter.com/qSjZxWspuv
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