"Israeli" Occupation Forces martyred a 20-year-old Palestinian late Wednesday during clashes with Bedouin protesters in the southern al-Naqab region, sparking anger with the Palestinian communities in the area.
Meanwhile in the West Bank, the "Israeli" army shot dead a 30-year-old Palestinian and arrested another for allegedly attempting to steal a vehicle.
"We, the Palestinians in al-Naqab, have lost another man. This is another sign that the "Israeli" forces are dealing recklessly when it comes to our lives," MP Taleb el-Sana told Anadolu news agency Thursday.
According to al-Sana, Sami al-Jaar was killed late Wednesday during clashes between Palestinian protesters and the "Israeli" soldiers in al-Naqab.
The Zionist army claimed in a statement that two policemen were injured during the clashes in Rahat after protesters threw stones at them.
The news comes after "Israeli" authorities on Wednesday demolished, for the 80th time in a row, a number of steel structures belonging to Palestinians in the village of al-Araqib in al-Naqab.
The towns of Rahat and al-Aqarib are both populated primarily by Palestinian Bedouins, and al-Araqib in particular has been targeted repeatedly since 2010 for demolition by "Israel"
Meanwhile, "Israel" opened fire at two Palestinians, martyring one between Bethlehem and al-Khalil in the occupied West Bank on Wednesday evening.
Source: News Agencies, Edited by website team