Israeli Forces Injure Several Palestinians on Saturday and Sunday

Israeli forces shot and seriously injured, Sunday morning, a Palestinian man with Jordanian nationality near Far’un village, south of Tulkarem, in the northern occupied West Bank, Quds Press reported.

Correspondent for Quds Press stated that Israeli soldiers opened fire with live rounds at Palestinian workers as they attempted to cross through the Apartheid Wall to work inside of Israel, seriously injuring Muhammad Fayez Mustafa, 25, after shooting him in the thigh, and severing the main artery in the leg.

The young man, form Qabalan town, south of Nablus in the northern West Bank, was initially taken to Thabet Thabet Hospital in Tulkarem, and transferred to the Specialized Hospital in Nablus and admitted to surgery with a serious gunshot wound inflicted by the occupation army.

The correspondent added that Mustafa has Jordanian citizenship, and entered the occupied territories with a visitor’s permit.

Similarly, on Saturday, soldiers shot and detained a Palestinian young man identified as; Omar Yasser Shehadeh in the same area south of Tulkarem as he was trying to cross into Israel for work, according to local sources.

The sources told the Palestinian News & Information Agency (WAFA) that soldiers along the Apartheid Wall shot and injured Shehadeh, from Anabta town, east of Tulkarem, as he attempted to cross into the 1948 occupied territories to go to his workplace.

Sources added that the young man was detained and brought to an Israeli hospital for treatment.

In related news, Israeli soldiers attacked, on Sunday, dozens of Palestinian workers with concussion grenades and tear gas canisters, while they attempted to enter Israel, through the Apartheid wall, according to eyewitnesses.

Witnesses told Quds Press that soldiers opened fire at and chased workers, causing dozens to suffer the effect of tear gas inhalation and forcing them to leave the area, preventing them from making a living.

Palestinian young men, on Saturday night, confronted occupation forces at the southern entrance of Jericho city in the northeastern occupied West Bank, WAFA reported.

Soldiers fired tear gas canisters and concussion grenades at those who resisted the army invasion. No injuries were reported.

Israeli forces shot and detained, on Saturday, a Palestinian child identified as; Jihad Izzat Mar’ee, 14, during a military operation in the Qarawat Bani Hassan village, southwest of Salfit in the central West Bank, the Palestine Chronicle reported.

The child was shot by soldiers in the thigh and then arrested at the entrance to the village, when the army opened fire with live rounds, tear gas canisters and concussion grenades at Palestinian youths who resisted the army incursion.

Palestinian students at the Al-Quds University in Abu Dis, in the Jerusalem governorate gathered, on Saturday, to stand in solidarity with Palestinians in Jenin and in support of the Al-Aqsa Mosque, WAFA reported.

Students gathered to denounce the Israeli assault on the third holiest site in Islam and against the Palestinian people in Jenin, when the army suppressed the demonstration by firing tear gas canisters at the students, causing dozens to suffer inhalation injuries.

Finally, Israeli soldiers assaulted, on Saturday, a Palestinian father, identified as; Ibrahim al-Rajbi, with their rifle butts and helmets while he was present in the Al-Sahla neighborhood in the southern West Bank city of Hebron, WAFA reported.

WAFA correspondent stated that soldiers beat al-Rajbi while he was in the presence of his children, causing him various injuries.

Photo: Quds Press

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