Medical sources in the southern West Bank city of Hebron, have reported that at least 20 Palestinians have been shot with rubber-coated metal bullets in the al-’Arroub refugee camp.
Two more Palestinians suffered various cuts and bruises, after being assaulted by Israeli soldiers, who invaded and ransacked several homes in the camp.
Also, a 52-year-old woman identified as Fayqa Mohammad al-Badawi, suffered numerous cuts and bruises to different parts of her body, after a number of soldiers punched and kicked and pushed her around.
The soldiers fired several gas bombs into her home, broke several windows, before assaulting the woman and two of her children, who were moved to the Hebron Governmental Hospital for treatment.
They also hurled smoke bombs into various homes, spraying them with waste-water after shattering the windows, and assaulted the families.
Clashes also took place in Bab az-Zaweya, in the center of Hebron city, the southern area of the city, Tareq Ben Ziad Junction, and the northern entrance of Yatta nearby town.
One Palestinian was shot by rounds of live ammunition, after the soldiers invaded Shuhada Street. The wounded has been identified as Hammad Ehmeidan, age 22.
Another Palestinian was also injured in the same area, after the soldiers shot him in the leg, and kidnapped him.
More clashes took place in Beit Ummar town, north of the city, and the soldiers fired several live rounds, rubber-coated metal bullets, gas bombs and concussion grenades.
In Tulkarem, in the northern part of the occupied West Bank, two Palestinians were shot with live rounds and dozens suffered the effects of tear gas inhalation.
Medical sources said Samer Msei’ey, 21, and Aysar Raed Nasrallah, 17, have been shot with live rounds in the Tulkarem refugee camp. Msei’ey was shot in his foot, and Nasrallah was shot in his pelvis. Dozens suffered the effects of tear gas inhalation.
In addition, two Palestinians were shot with rubber-coated metal bullets, while dozens suffered the effects of tear gas inhalation during clashes that took place with dozens of soldiers who invaded Jericho city from its northern entrance.
The two wounded Palestinians have been moved to the Jericho Hospital, while the rest received treatment by Red Crescent medics.