The car of the Palestinian collided and hit a side barrier before he was showered with Israeli live ammunition
The car of the Palestinian youth collided and hit a side barrier before he was showered with Israeli occupation soldiers’ live ammunition
Israeli occupation forces murdered on Monday at noon Palestinian youth at Gush Etzion junction between illegal Jewish settlements of Tekoa and Ma’ale Amos.
The car of the Palestinian youth, who is yet to be identified, collided near the junction, where a group of Israeli occupation forces are located, and hit the metal side-barrier.
Eyewitness said that the Israeli occupation forces immediately opened fire at the Palestinian youth without any effort to know whether it was an accidental accident or an intentional attack.
According to the eyewitnesses, the Palestinian driver, who was directly shot by the Israeli occupation forces, took off the car and fell down near the side-barrier.
He laid motionless on the ground and remained bleeding for a while before he was evacuated to an Israeli hospital.
The Israeli occupation army announced he was moderately wounded, but later on the Israeli hospital announced his death.
Meanwhile, the Israeli occupation forces announced that one Israeli soldier was wounded in the accident, but the bystanders did not see anyone wounded and none of the videos or pictures published on social media for the accident shows that there is any Israeli soldier harmed.
attacker attempted to carry out a vehicular and stabbing attack on Monday at the T intersection, located in the Gush Etzion West bank cluster, between the settlements of Tekoa and Ma’ale Amos. The attacker reportedly crashed his vehicle, before exiting it and pulling out a knife in a stabbing attempt. He was shot and killed by Israeli security forces.
One IDF soldier was moderately injured during the incident, when a pole hit by the vehicle fell and hit him. MDA administered emergency care and rushed him to Shaare Zedek Medical Center in Jerusalem. He was later reported to be lightly injured.
(Source / 10.07.2017)