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Palestinian shot Friday succumbs to wounds

June 25, 2014 8:33 P.M. (Updated: June 27, 2014 11:13 P.M.)
RAMALLAH (Ma'an) -- Mustafa Husni Aslan, 22, was pronounced dead from wounds he sustained during clashes with Israeli soldiers in Qalandiya refugee camp on Friday, medical sources said.

Aslan was shot in the head and then moved Ramallah Public Hospital before being moved to Hadassah hospital in Ein Karem upon his family’s request.

Aslan was previously declared "clinically dead" Friday, before he was pronounced dead Wednesday.

He was initially pronounced dead on Friday, the day he was shot, which caused shock and confusion among people in Qalandiya refugee camp.

It later became clear, however, that he had not passed away at that time.

The funeral of Aslan will take place Thursday.

Ma'an News Agency
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