Nablus, ALRAY - Palestinian health ministry announced on Wednesday evening the death of two Palestinians by Israeli fires during two separate raids to Nablus city northern West Bank.
The ministry explained that the youth Mohammed Abu Keshek,22, surrendered to his injuries sustained on Tuesday.
Abo Keshek was shot by Israeli soldiers in his abdominal during clashes with Israeli settlers near Josef tomb, his injuries were critical.
Abo Keshek is from the Askar camp, east of Nablus. He is the second martyr during the violent confrontations and clashes that took place in the city of Nablus, which resulted in the death of the 16-year-old Ahmed Amjad Shehadeh and the injury of more than 110 others.
The ministry announced also the death of Mohammed Herzallah,30, of his critical injuries sustained by Israeli fires in his head last July in Nablus.
Herzallah was receiving treatment at the Istishari Hospital in Ramallah, but he succumbed to his critical wounds.
Herzallah was injured on the twenty-fourth of last July during an armed clash to break the siege on a group of resistance fighters from the "Black's Den" group inside a house in the Yasmina neighborhood in the Old City.
The founder of the Lions' Den, Muhammad al-Azizi, and the resistance fighter, Abd al-Rahman Sobh, were martyred that night.