Palestinian man shot, injured after he drove his car into a group of israelis


This Tuesday morning a Palestinian man was shot and wounded after he allegedly rammed his car into a group of Israeli security personnel, injuring four, at Tappuah junction in the northern West Bank district of Nablus, as stated by the Israeli police.

According to the Israeli media, after the Palestinian driver rammed into the group, an Israeli border police shot towards him, and moderately wounded the man. He received treatment on the scene.  Two Israeli soldiers were moderately wounded. Until now, the Palestinian man was not identified.

12106721_1243221412386943_2072668378004968726_nYesterday alone, three Palestinians were shot dead.

In Jerusalem, a Palestinian girl named Hadeel Wajih Awwad, 16, was shot dead after allegedly carrying out a stabbing attack near the Mahane Yehuda market. Her cousin Norhan Awwad, 14, was with her and was seriously injured by the Israeli police. She was taken to the hospital and remain in critical situation.

Hadeel Awwad was from Qalandiya refugee camp. Her brother, Mahmoud Awwad, reportedly died in 2013, several months after he was shot and injured during clashes with Israeli occupation troops inside the refugee camp.

In Huwwara checkpoint, south of Nablus, a Palestinian man was shot dead after he allegedly attempted to stab an Israeli soldier, according to the Israeli media. The Palestinian Ministry of Health identified the man as Alaa Khalil Sabah Hashah, 16. No Israelis were reported injured during the incident.

On Route 443, west of Ramallah, a Palestinian man identified by the Palestinian Ministry of Health as Ahmad Jamal Taha, 16, from the Qutna village, near Ramallah, was shot dead by an IOF soldier after stabbing and killing an Israeli soldier at the Dor Alon gas station. The Route 443 is a main road that leads to Jerusalem.


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