The Limited Times

Now you can see non-English news...

A Palestinian man killed in riots on the Temple Mount dies of his wounds Israel today


Walid Sharif, a resident of East Jerusalem, is the first Palestinian to be killed since the recent riots in the compound. • Police want to perform a post-mortem on his body - contrary to the family's request.

A Palestinian youth who was shot in the head last month in clashes with security forces on the Temple Mount died this morning (Saturday) of his wounds, according to the Hadassah Medical Center.

The victim, Walid Sharif from the Beit Hanina neighborhood in East Jerusalem, is the first Palestinian killed since the outbreak of the recent riots in the compound, at the beginning of Ramadan.

On social media, they have already called him "Shahid al-Aqsa Mosque."

The lawyer representing the sheriff's family claims that the family members are demanding his body, while the police are requesting a post-mortem.

Sheriff's family opposes the autopsy, and the Palestinian Authority has reported that she has submitted an urgent request to the court for Israel to transfer his body to her without performing the autopsy.

The lawyer said it was not clear if there was indeed an intention to perform an autopsy and that the police request in this matter was "an excuse designed to delay the delivery of the body to the family".

Download the most trusted file

- AlQastal القسطل (@AlQastalps) May 14, 2022

Islamic Jihad mourned Sheriff's death: "The crimes of occupation and the blood of innocent people will be a curse that haunts the killers and a thread that will ignite the conflict."

According to Hadassah Medical Center, the young man has been treated at the hospital since his arrival when he suffered a head injury and when he was anesthetized and respirated - and that his condition did not improve throughout his hospitalization.

Participated in the preparation of the article: Yuri Yalon

Were we wrong?


If you found an error in the article, we'll be happy for you to share it with us

Source: israelhayom

All news articles on 2022-05-14

You may like

Trends 24h

News/Politics 2022-05-13T17:07:53.361Z
News/Politics 2022-05-13T17:01:00.516Z


© Communities 2019 - Privacy