Israeli forces kidnap Palestinian after he was shot by settlers

Israeli occupation did not reveal the name of the hospital where the Palestinian youth is being treated

Israeli occupation forces kidnapped Palestinian citizen in West Bank after he had been shot by extremist Israeli Jewish settlers on Wednesday morning.

“Later on, the Israeli occupation forces arrived in the area and prevented the Palestinians to help him,” the eyewitness said, “and then, they kidnapped him”

Israeli occupation forces kidnapped Palestinian citizen in West Bank after he had been shot by extremist Israeli Jewish settlers on Wednesday morning.

Eyewitnesses said that a group of the extremist Israeli Jewish settlers attacked a Palestinian citizen on Route 60 in the central occupied West Bank.

“A group of at least 15 extremist Jewish settlers beat the Palestinian teen, shot him and then fled away,” one of the eyewitnesses said.

“Later on, the Israeli occupation forces arrived in the area and prevented the Palestinians to help him,” the eyewitness said, “and then, they kidnapped him.”

The eyewitnesses identified the Palestinian teen as Ibrahim Hamid, who is 19 years old.

Later on, the Israeli news website Ynet News said that the Palestinian teen was treated in an Israeli hospital, noting that he sustained moderate injuries.

Following to the incident, a group of the Palestinian activists closed off the section of the highway, where the Palestinian teen was beaten, shot and kidnapped.

The Israeli occupation did not reveal the name of the hospital where the Palestinian teen is being treated.

(Source / 18.05.2017)

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