Two Palestinian children critically injured by Israel in West Bank

Days of Palestine – Hebron – A Palestinian child was seriously injured on Tuesday evening when the Israeli occupation forces opened fire at him and others in an al-Arroub refugee camp, north of Hebron City.

According to local sources, a 12-year-old child was critically injured after the  Israeli occupation forces stormed al-Arroub camp and clashed with local youths.

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The kid suffered a bullet injury in his back and was rushed to the Arab Society Hospital in Bethlehem where he immediately underwent surgery.

In a separate incident, a number of Palestinians, including a child, were injured when a horde of extremist Jewish settlers went on the rampage through a number of Palestinian hamlets in Masafer Yatta area, south of Hebron.

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Local sources said that settlers assaulted local residents of several hamlets in Masafer Yatta and wreaked havoc on cars, solar panels, trees and crops, and other properties.

They added that a number of local residents suffered injuries and bruises, including a child and a young man from the family of Hamamdeh, who was stabbed by settlers. The child was seriously wounded.

Soon later, Israeli forces intervened and fired volleys of tear gas and stun grenades at the local residents in the area to provide protection for the settlers.

The  Israeli occupation forces also kidnaped two elderly men identified as Shahadah al-Hamamdeh, 62, and activist Suleiman al-Haddalin, 75, during the settler attack on al-Mafqarah hamlet in Masafer Yatta.

Meanwhile, the Israeli occupation forces stormed along with a large number of settlers al-Tuwanah village in Masafer Yatta and assaulted and injured many local residents.

(Source / 30.09.2021)

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