Two Palestinian brothers, on Saturday, suffered injuries from live rounds fired by Israeli troops, in the Jenin refugee camp, in northern West Bank, local sources reported.
Sources told a reporter for the Palestinian Information Center (PIC) that a large force of Israeli soldiers, with a special undercover unit, invaded the camp and stormed the al-Jad’oun home, amid intensive gunfire.
The sources added that soldiers shot the two brothers, identified as Ahmed and Mohamed al-Jad’oun, whom both suffered multiple gun shot wounds inflicted by Israeli soldiers.
Their father told the PIC reporter that he witnessed soldiers opening fire at his sons, striking one of them in his neck and abdomen, before they carried the injured men away.
It was also noted that local youths confronted the army as they withdrew from the refugee camp.
According to witnesses, occupation forces opened live fire at the al-Jad’oun brothers, injuring them both and transferring them by stretcher to an army ambulance, the Palestinian WAFA News Agency reported.
Unconfirmed reports said that one young man was shot in the neck and abdomen, and the other in the thigh, their conditions were not immediately known.
(Source / 06.09.2020)