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A young man was wounded by Israeli bullets in Husan, settlers smash Hebron vehicles

Two schools were stormed in the town of Al-Khader

Jerusalem24 – A young man was shot by the Israeli military forces, as they stormed the village of Husan, West of Bethlehem, at dawn yesterday.

Security sources and eyewitnesses stated that the Israeli forces stormed the “Al-Muteena” area, and clashes erupted in the area, during which the soldiers fired live bullets, tear gas and sound bombs, wounding a young man with a live bullet in the thigh, and he was taken to a hospital for treatment.

In the same context, the Israeli forces stormed two schools for boys and girls in the town of Al-Khader, South of Bethlehem.

Youth activist, Ahmed Salah, stated that the Israeli forces stormed the two schools of Saeed Al-Aas for boys, and the two main schools for girls in the Old City, and fired gas and sound bombs in the vicinity of the school complex, which created a state of panic and fear among the students.

Salah explained that in order to preserve the safety of the students, the Saeed Al-Aas School was evacuated, while the Israeli soldiers remained in the place.

In Hebron, settlers destroyed, the night before last, nine Palestinian vehicles in Jaber neighborhood in the old city of the city.

Aref Jaber, an activist in the Human Rights Defenders Association in Hebron, confirmed that a number of settlers destroyed nine vehicles belonging to the families of Jaber and Idris, while they were passing through the “Prayers Road”, which extends from the settlement of “Kiryat Arba” through Wadi Al-Hussein, Wadi Al-Nasara, and Hara. Al-Salaymeh, Jaber Quarter, all the way to the Ibrahimi Mosque.

It is noteworthy that the citizens and their property in these areas are subjected to repeated violations by Israeli forces and its settlers.

In Jerusalem, dozens of settlers stormed the courtyards of Al-Aqsa Mosque, under the protection of the Israeli police.
Local sources stated that 67 settlers stormed Al-Aqsa in groups, and carried out provocative tours, concentrated in the eastern area of ​​the mosque, and near the Mercy Gate chapel.

Mohammad Hamayel

Ramallah based journalist, Mohammad graduated from Al-Quds University with a B.A. in Media and Television. He has covered the 2015 Jerusalem Intifada as well as the Great March of Return for international media outlets. currently an editor/presenter at Jerusalem24. A UN alumni and a follower of global events and politics, especially American affairs.

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