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IOF shot boy near Al-Jalma and confrontation broke out north of Bethlehem

IOF shot boy near Al-Jalma and confrontation broke out north of Bethlehem
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Local sources reported, Friday night, that a 17-year-old boy had been shot by Israeli occupation forces and dozens of cases of tear gas asphyxiation during confrontations near the Al-Jalma  barrier northeast of Jenin in the occupied bank.

 

Sources explained that the boy was shot in the thigh, which was transferred to a Jenin hospital, where his condition was described as stable.

 

In Bethlehem, confrontations with the Israeli occupation forces broke out on the North Bethlehem entrance to the West Bank.

 

Local sources indicated that confrontations had broken out in the vicinity of the Bilal bin Rabah mosque between young men and the occupation forces, who fired sound bombs and tear gas, with no reported injuries.

 

On Friday, the Israeli occupation forces suppressed weekly marches in Beit Djinn and Kafr Qadom in the occupied bank.

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