IMEMC & Agencies: Tuesday evening, Palestinian medical sources reported that a Palestinian child was seriously injured by Israeli army fire in Qotna village, northwest of occupied East Jerusalem.
Chief of the Palestine Medical Center in Ramallah Dr. Ahmad Al-Beetawy said that the child Mahmoud Tawfiq Taha, 13 years of age, was moved to the center in a serious condition after a rubber-coated metal bullet, fired by a soldier, fractured his skull causing brain hemorrhaging.
Taha was admitted to surgery before he was moved to the Intensive Care Unit due to the seriousness of his condition.
The child was just walking near the Annexation Wall separating Qotna from occupied Jerusalem. A civilian car rushed him to the Medical Center.