A Palestinian teen jailed for slapping an Israeli soldier near her home in the occupied West Bank lost an appeal on Wednesday for her early release, her supporters said.
The Israeli army said one of its soldiers was hit by a rock while conducting the arrest and responded by shooting.
Palestinians said she repeatedly told the soldiers to leave her land, which is considered occupied under global law.
Israeli occupation forces have also arrested 48 Palestinians from Nablus, 15 from Tulkarm, 32 from Qalqilya and five from Tubas.
Clashes erupted after Israeli troops stormed a number of houses there. Other soldiers at the scene treated Tamimi for his wounds and later declared his death. "The incident will be investigated".
Relatives of Palestinian Ezz El-Deen al-Tamimi mourn during his funeral in the village of Nabi Saleh near Ramallah, in the occupied West Bank, June 6, 2018.
The Palestinian Information Ministry, in a statement, said: "The execution of Tamimi in cold blood, with three bullets at close range, proves how much our people are in need of global protection against the Israeli war machine".
Nabi Saleh has always been in the spotlight for its demonstrations against Israeli policies in the occupied Palestinian territory, and as a result has been under heightened pressure by Israeli forces, who regularly carry out raids in the area. Under interim peace accords, Palestinians exercise limited self-rule in the area, which they seek, along with the Gaza Strip, for a future state with East Jerusalem as its capital. USA -brokered peace talks collapsed in 2014. "Despite this, the suspect is dead", it said in a tweet, adding that an investigation was ongoing.
The IDF has released a video showing Razan al-Najjar, the Palestinian nurse allegedly killed by Israeli sniper fire on the Gaza border, throwing a gas grenade and acknowledging her role as a human shield for Hamas terrorists.