Israeli Forces Execute Palestinian near Hebron – Then Rob His Family

Sari Yousef Amro, 25, was executed by Israeli occupation forces near Hebron. (Photo: via social media)

A young Palestinian man was killed by Israeli occupation forces who were arresting him in the town of Dura, south of Al-Khalil, Hebron.

Sari Yousef Amro, 25, was shot and injured by Israeli army gunfire on Saturday morning. Amro later died of his wounds, according to the Palestinian Ministry of Health.

The Palestinian Prisoners’ Club said in a statement that Israeli occupation forces executed Amro during his arrest at dawn today.

Amro’s family confirmed that Israeli occupation forces fired live bullets at Sari inside his house before arresting him and his brother, Suhaib, 23.

Amro’s father, Yousef, said Israeli occupation forces raided his house and fired live bullets inside it, seriously wounding his son Sari.

He said the soldiers prevented anyone from approaching him and providing treatment to him before they arrested him while he was still bleeding. Then, they took him and Suhaib to an unknown destination.

Amro’s father added that the occupation forces seized two vehicles, destroyed the contents of the house and other vehicles, and stole 400,000 shekels (around $100,000) in cash and checks.

According to the Palestinian Ministry of Health, 273 Palestinians have been killed in the West Bank since October 7 and 451 since the beginning of the year.


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