DAMASCUS, SYRIA (2:40 P.M)- Israeli forces have killed another man near a West Bank checkpoint, this morning.

According to the Palestinian Ministry Of Health, 23 year old, Mohammed Dar Adwan was shot and pronounced dead this morning.

Witnesses say that Israeli soldiers opened fire, killing the 23 year unarmed man in his car, near the Qalandia checkpoint.

Residents of Qalandia, a refugee camp in the West Bank (North of Jerusalem), have gathered today in their hundreds to attend Mohammed’s funeral.

Israeli forces are currently raiding the refugee camp, as youths fight back with stones.

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