Israeli forces critically wound 2 Palestinians

The Palestinian teens were taking part in peaceful protests in solidarity with the hunger strikers

Israeli occupation forces shot, critically wounded on Tuesday Palestinian girl in West Bank, Palestinian boy in Gaza Strip.

After she was shot by the Israeli occupation forces, Palestinian ambulances attempted to evacuated her, but the Israeli occupation forces refused

Israeli occupation forces shot, critically wounded on Tuesday Palestinian girl in West Bank, Palestinian boy in Gaza Strip.

Eyewitnesses said that the Israeli occupation forces opened fire at the 17-year-old Palestinian girl Taqwa Hammad at the entrance of the village of Silwad, east of the occupied West Bank city of Ramallah.

After she was shot by the Israeli occupation forces, Palestinian ambulances attempted to evacuated her, but the Israeli occupation forces refused.

They offered her first aid treatment and called up an Israeli ambulance, which evacuated the little Palestinian girl to an Israeli hospital.

Details about the wounds of the Palestinian girl are still unknown, but Israeli sources said that she is in critical condition.

Meanwhile, in Gaza, the Israeli occupation forces opened fire at Palestinian boys gathering near the eastern Gaza borders.

To disperse them, the Israeli occupation forces opened live bullets at them, wounding the 17-year-old Palestinian boy.

A Palestinian Red Crescent evacuated the boy to the hospital and the Palestinian ministry of health in Gaza later on said that the boy is suffering critical injuries in the stomach.

(Source / 24.05.2017)

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