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Palestine: Two killed, more than 100 people injured by Israeli forces in West Bank

2nd Aug 2014
Palestine: Two killed, more than 100 people injured by Israeli forces in West Bank


[Israeli Troops Attack Protesters in Bethlehem on Friday – Photo By: WAFA]


IMEMC & Agencies:  Two Palestinian youth were killed on Friday when Israeli soldiers used live rounds and tear gas to attack protests in solidarity with Gaza organized all over the West Bank and East Jerusalem.
Odai Jabir, 19 years old, was shot and killed with three live rounds to the chest by Israeli soldiers, when they attacked protesters at the village of Safa, west of the central West Bank city of Ramallah, on Friday afternoon.

Fifteen more civilians were injured, five by live rounds, in Safa village during the clashes there, Palestinian Medical sources reported.

At the Qalandiya checkpoint, separating the city of Ramallah from Jerusalem, Israeli troops shot and injured 12 Palestinians civilians as they protested the Israeli war on Gaza.

Earlier on Friday Tamer Samour, 22 years old, was killed when he was shot by Israeli soldiers with live rounds, at the village of Dier Al Ghisoon, near the northern West Bank city of Tulkarem.

Samour joined a protest organized in solidarity with Gaza that left his village and marched to a nearby Israeli settlement. Troops stationed there used live rounds and tear gas against the unarmed protesters, killing Samour.

Meanwhile in Hebron city, in the southern West Bank, at least 70 people were injured, many with live rounds, as Israeli soldiers attacked protests on Friday, midday.

Moreover at least 20 Palestinian youth were reported injured, 3 by live ammunition, as Israeli soldiers attacked protesters in Bethlehem city, in the southern West Bank.

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