Israeli occupation kills Palestinian worker near West Bank apartheid wall

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WEST BANK, January 24 – Israeli occupation forces attacked on Sunday morning Palestinian workers with tear gas near the Israeli Apartheid Wall in the West Bank city of Tulkarm, causing one of them to choke to death.

Eyewitnesses reported that Israeli occupation soldiers chased a number of workers as they were trying to enter into the Palestinian territories occupied in 1948 through a hole in the Israeli Apartheid Wall near Tulkarm and heavily fired tear gas at them.

Local sources identified the slain worker as Fouad Joudeh, a 50-year-old resident of Iraq al-Tayeh village to the east of Nablus.

His brother, Azmi, said that Fouad, a father of four children, was not suffering from any health problems.

Israeli occupation troops chase and atrociously attack Palestinian workers who attempt to enter into the Palestinian territories occupied in 1948 through holes in the Israeli Apartheid Wall on almost a daily basis.