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Israeli forces shot and killed Salah Sawafta, 58, an unarmed Palestinian man from the occupied West Bank city of Tubas after he left a mosque following morning prayers.
A war crimes complaint against Israel has been filed to the International Criminal Court detailing Israel's systematic policy of 'unlawfully depriving Palestinian civilians of property'.
Israel and Turkey agreed to restore diplomatic ties on Wednesday, with Ankara saying the decision should not be interpreted as Turkey 'giving up on the Palestinian cause'.
"Palestinians are afraid to build in Jerusalem today," noted Farouq Mostafa. "The message we are given is that we should go elsewhere, that it is too costly to live in Jerusalem, that we should leave."
The current escalation inside Israeli jails coincides with a large wave of arrests by Israel against Palestinians in the occupied West Bank; more than 200 Palestinians were arrested in the last month, according to the Prisoners' Club.
The Nablus emergency director for the Palestinian Red Crescent Society, Ahmad Jibril, said three people were wounded by live rounds and were taken to hospital.
Physicians for Human Rights Israel said Khalil Awawdeh's life 'is in immediate danger' and that he 'suffers from severe neurological symptoms and cognitive impairment'.
The Israeli army claims it has found an 'attack tunnel' from Gaza, days after it conducted a devastating air campaign against the residents of the besieged coastal enclave.