Israeli Forces Shot Five Palestinian Workers

Media officers are treating Palestinian citizens who have gunshot wounds to the legs (Photo: File / Safa)

West Bank, MINA – Medical sources announced that five Palestinian workers were wounded by Israeli occupation fire forces in the northern West Bank on Tuesday morning. The Palestinian workers are heading to their workplaces.

The Red Crescent said that its officers handled four young men who were injured by live ammunition during a clash of workers with Isarel’s army. The clashes broke out on the wall separating the villages of Qaffin and Baqah Al-Gharbiyyah.

The Red Crescent indicates that first aid measures have been given to injured victims and transferred to hospitals.

That same morning, a young man was wounded by Israeli occupation forces after he tried to enter the inside of the dividing wall through a wall hole near the city of Ya’bad, south of Jenin.

Local sources quoted by Safa said that the occupation army shot a young man (18 years) near one of the hollow walls.

He added that the young man was shot in the leg, while the ambulance crew bring him to the hospital and he was in a stable condition.

It was reported, that dozens of residents were injured with the same wound condition recently. (T/Sj/P2)

Mi’raj News Agency (MINA)