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  Israeli forces killed two Palestinians, and injured two others in Gaza
humanitarianvoice - 2012-06-02

Israeli forces killed two Palestinians, and injured two others in Gaza

Two Palestinian young men were killed Friday, one in a clash with IOF troops to the east of Khan Younis, the other died of serious wounds he sustained in an Israeli occupation airstrike that targeted a motorcycle in Abasan to the east of Khan Younis. Two others were also wounded in the airstrike.

Ahmad Abu al-Naser crossed the border fence east of Khan Younis near the Kissufim military post and clashed with occupation soldiers killing one of them according to occupation sources.

He was killed in the clash. No resistance faction declared responsibility for the attack.

The Israeli occupation responded by attacking a motorbike in Abasan to the east of Khan Younis wounding three people who were taken to the Naser Hospital and European Hospital in Khan Younis. The condition of two of the wounded was described as critical.

Naji Qudaih, 34 years, who was critically wounded in the airstrike, succumbed to his wounds on Friday evening.

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