Israeli Forces Shoot One Palestinian, Detain Many Others Across the West Bank

Israeli occupation forces detained at least 14 Palestinian civilians, on Wednesday, including an injured young man, in addition to injuring a number of others, local sources reported.

On Wednesday evening, Israeli soldiers shot a Palestinian young man with four live rounds, at the entrance to Kharsa village, south of the southern West Bank city of Hebron.

According to the Palestinian Ministry of Health, occupation forces, positioned in a military tower, fired at the vehicle in which an unidentified Palestinian civilian was driving, striking him in the wrist, elbow, thigh, and abdomen, with live ammunition.

The Ministry added that the 39-year-old man was transferred to the Hebron Governmental Hospital in stable condition.

West of Bethlehem, at the entrance to Husan village, in the southern West Bank, soldiers opened fire, on Wednesday evening, with tear gas and concussion grenades, towards Palestinian civilians and their homes when locals protested the incursion.

According to Muhammad Sabateen, the head of the village council, a number of Palestinian citizens suffered the effects of tear gas inhalation during the confrontations.

Israeli forces, stationed at a military roadblock near the entrance to Azzoun town, east of Qalqilia, in the northern West Bank, on Wednesday, detained Obeida Walid Al-Zayat, 31, while he attempted to pass through the roadblock.

In the northern part of the West Bank, Israeli forces detained, on Wednesday, two former prisoners from their homes in the city of Tulkarem.

According to the Palestinian Prisoners’ Society in Tulkarem, soldiers stormed the home of former prisoner Ashraf Bilal Fayez Al-Tabbal, 34, in the Thinaba neighborhood of the city, before detaining him.

In the Nour Shams refugee camp, just east of the city, Israeli forces invaded the home of another former prisoner, identified as Hassan Walid Abu Sari, 35, before detaining him.

South of Tulkarem, Israeli soldiers detained a resident of Beita town near Nablus, while he was at his place of employment, near the Jabra checkpoint.

Soldiers detained, on Wednesday, Ayman Juma’a Ahmed Al-Samhouri, 21, after invading and ransacking his family’s home in the Aqabat Jaber refugee camp, located southwest of Jericho, in the Jordan Valley.

Israeli forces detained, on Wednesday, two Palestinians, including a former prisoner, after breaking into and searching their homes, north of the city of Salfit, in the central occupied West Bank.

Sources stated that soldiers detained Nour Al-Asaad from his home in the town of Kifl Haris, north of Salfit.

Meanwhile, soldiers detained a former prisoner, identified as Hamza Bouzieh, after breaking into his home in the town and assaulting him.

[Israeli forces assault Hamza BouziehEye on Palestine/Facebook]

Also in the central West Bank, soldiers detained Imad Al-Masry and Basil Kanaan Dagher, after storming and searching their homes in Mazari’ al-Nubani village, north of Ramallah.

Amin Mohammed Abisan Al-Abbasi 

In occupied East Jerusalem, Israeli police detained Amin Mohammed Abisan Al-Abbasi from the Ein al-Louza neighborhood of Silwan town, and Mohammad Khalil Mahmoud from the al-‘Isawiya neighborhood.

Furthermore, occupation forces detained, on Wednesday, three Palestinian youths, including one child, and another who was shot and injured by soldiers one week ago.

North of Bethlehem, in the southern West Bank, soldiers stormed homes in the Aida refugee camp, and detained the wounded Amir Ismail Alyan, 19, along with his brother Ibrahim Alyan, 17, as well as Musab Aqel Sheikh, 19.

[Soldiers detain the injured Amir Ismail Alyan, and his brother Ibrahim Alyan from Aida refugee camp – Eye on Palestine/Facebook

Israeli soldiers invaded and ransacked, on Wednesday, the home of Munjid Muhammad Kayed al-Yamani, in the southern West Bank city of Hebron, before detaining him.


Photo: Silwanic

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