Israeli Occupation Forces (IOF) on Wednesday noon shot dead a Palestinian boy during clashes that erupted when IOF broke intoAl-Arroub refugee camp south of Bethlehem.
16-year-old Omar Madi Jawabreh was announced dead in the Beit Jala governmental hospital, and the clashes still continued in the camp even after the shooting.
The moment of announcing death of Omar Madi Jawabreh (16)
On Tuesday night, seven Palestinian youths were injured and 20 others suffered teargas inhalation when IOF broke into Tukou’a village south of Bethlehem on Tuesday night.
IOF have opened gunfire and injured brothers Jihad al-Amour (26) and Alaa al-Amour (24) while they were on the rooftop of their family home in the village. Five more Palestinians sustained rubber bullet wounds and 20 others choked on teargas in the clashes that flared up in the area.
Several casualties were evacuated to the Beit Jala public hospital for urgent treatment. Meanwhile, the occupation troops sealed off the main entrances to Bethlehem’s western town of Nahalin and wreaked havoc on dozens of civilian homes.
Nahhalin was blockaded this morning and noone was allowed to leave the town.