"This is a summary execution and Israel bears the full responsivity for this crime", Hmeid said.
A Palestinian was shot and killed in the occupied West Bank on Wednesday by what a Palestinian ambulance service said was Israeli army gunfire.
The Israeli military says a soldier stationed at a military post near Bethlehem identified rocks being thrown at Israeli vehicles. "Details regarding the incident are being reviewed and the incident will be examined".
The PRCS added that the soldiers also opened fire at dozens of Palestinians, protesting the death of the two young men, and shot at least 12 with rubber-coated steel bullets, one with shrapnel, in addition to at least fifteen who suffered the effects of teargas inhalation. He said they were trying to help the wounded man and that his cousin was going to drive his wife and children away when he was gunned down. Journalist Mustafa Badr from Battir reported that Israeli settlers raided the town at 2:30 a.m., punctured vehicles and spray-painted the Star of David at some of the vehicles and at the entrance of the al-Rahman mosque.
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A 4-year-old girl also remains in a critical condition at a hospital in Auckland after being transferred there on Saturday. But on Tuesday, Ardern expressed frustration that the video remained available online, four days after the attack.
"There were no clashes, no stone throwing, nothing at all", he said.
The Palestinian Ministry of Health confirmed that two Palestinians identified as Raed Hashem Muhammad Hamdan, 21, Zaid Imad Muhammad Nuri, 20, were shot and killed by Israeli forces.
Israel captured the West Bank in the 1967 Middle East war.