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Israel: Palestinian teen killed after allegedly snatching Israeli soldier’s weapon

8th Oct 2015
Israel: Palestinian teen killed after allegedly snatching Israeli soldier’s weapon

IMEMC & Agencies: Israeli sources have reported, Wednesday, that a young Palestinian identified as Hatem Al-Jundi (17) years from Yatta was shot dead allegedly after he snatched a weapon of an Israeli soldier in Kiryat Gat, south of Tel Aviv, and ran into a nearby building.

 

Israeli Ynet News said the soldier struggled with the Palestinian, and suffered a mild injury to his head.

The suspected attacker managed to flee the scene into a nearby residential building, allegedly carrying the weapon.

A video published by the “Jewish Press News Agency” shows the soldiers running into the building, while the person filming, apparently from a window in the second floor, was telling them “he [the attacker] went into this building.”

According to the Israeli report, a short exchange of fire took place, before the soldiers shot the boy dead.

 

[Photo: Hatem al-Jundi shot dead by Israeli soldiers south of Tel Aviv. 7 October 2015. Imemc]
http://www.imemc.org/article/73293

One Response to “Israel: Palestinian teen killed after allegedly snatching Israeli soldier’s weapon”

Ian Barnettt.October 11, 2015

Oh, I get it… I have just re-read the article…… he is allegedly shot dead! Well why write this story if you don’t know if he has been killed or not.

My apologies. Silly me 🙁

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