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DAMASCUS, SYRIA (1:00 A.M)- A Palestinian man was shot dead late last night at a Bethlehem checkpoint.

Twenty six year old Ahmed Al-Mansarah was confirmed dead, by the Palestinian Health Ministry, last night. The 26 year old was shot and killed in his car, with his wife and children, at the Neshnash checkpoint entering into Bethlehem.

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Ahmed’s wife and children were also reportedly injured in the, seemingly unprovoked, lethal attack by Israeli occupation forces. The 26 year old sustained gunshot wounds to the chest, hand, shoulder and abdomen and was transferred to Beit Jalal hospital where he later died of his wounds.

من داخل مستشفى بيت جالا حيث جثمان الشهيد أحمد مناصرة.تصوير: محمد صبيح

Posted by ‎شبكة قدس الإخبارية‎ on Wednesday, March 20, 2019

Ahmed was the fourth Palestinian man killed in the West Bank in the space of 24 hours.

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