Palestinian worker injured by Israeli bullet fire

BETHLEHEM, (PIC)– A Palestinian worker was shot and injured by the Israeli occupation forces (IOF) overnight Saturday while on his way to Occupied Jerusalem. According to a PIC news correspondent, the IOF set up an ambush for a group of Palestinian workers in Wad Abu al-Hums area, in eastern Bethlehem, as they were heading to their workplace in Occupied Jerusalem. The Israeli soldiers fired random shots at the group of workers, wounding a 25-year-old youth with a rubber bullet in his back. The youngster was evacuated to a local hospital for urgent treatment. Meanwhile, the occupation troops rolled into Bethlehem city at the crack of dawn on Sunday and summoned the ex-prisoner Shadi Abu Akr for questioning after they stormed his family home in the Aida refugee camp. The IOF further wreaked havoc on civilian homes and shops in eastern Bethlehem and seized surveillance cameras.

(Source / 31.07.2016)

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