- Published on Tuesday, 11 September 2012 11:27
On Tuesday 11th September, occupation forces raided at dawn, Nabi Saleh village North of Ramallah, broke into several houses and arrested Mohammad Shtayeh al-Tamimi, 28, and Ziyad Abdul al-Razeq, 25, from their houses.
Confrontations launched between Palestinians and army soldiers who fired tear gas bombs, live and metal bullets heavily and randomly toward the Palestinians, causing the injury of Ummar Saleh al-Tamimi, 25, who was shot with eight metal bullets in waist, stomach and hands in a random shooting in the village.
Media office of the Popular Resistance in Nabi Saleh said that al-Tamimi has lost his movement capability. The Popular Resistance movement in the village called the ambulance which immediately gave first aid for the injured and headed toward a hospital in Ramallah, yet the occupation forces who were at the main checkpoint at the village's entrance detained the ambulance and the injured man for an hour, then arrested al-Tamimi and transferred him to an unknown location along with another Palestinian who accompanied him in the ambulance.
Palestinian Popular Resistance (Intifada) bore the occupation full responsibility for the life of Tamimi, saying that arresting an injured man is a very brutal and rude behavior especially after raiding the village, shooting Palestinians and provoking them in their houses in the middle of nights. The movement also said that what's going on in de facto from an Israeli escalation against the village is an evidence for the Army's failure.
The movement called on human rights institutions and the international society to immediately intervene to stop such Israeli escalated violations.