Israeli crackdown leaves at least four Palestinians injured | News
A new episode of Israeli repression in the village of Kafr Qaddum, province of Qalqilia in the occupied West Bank, left at least four Palestinians wounded by bullets.
Dozens of Palestinians injured after Israeli crackdown
Local media detail that the soldiers of the Zionist regime attacked the weekly protest carried out by Palestinian settlers against the expansion and construction of illegal Israeli settlements with rubber-coated bullets and tear gas.
As a result of this new repression, four people received bullet wounds, including a 13-year-old boy, wounded in one of his legs and whose condition was described as stable by the Palestine Red Crescent Emergency Department in Qalqilia.
In addition to those injured by the projectiles, the soldiers caused dozens of cases of suffocation due to gas inhalation, which were treated at the scene, or transferred to nearby hospitals for assistance.
These protests against the construction of illegal Israeli settlements have been going on for years and the number of settlers who inhabit them in the occupied territories of East Jerusalem and the occupied West Bank is counted at close to 700,000, violating the principles of international law.
Regarding the repression, the Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) of the United Nations (UN) in Palestine highlighted in its latest report that between January 11 and 24, some 135 Palestinians, including 22 children, were injured by Israeli forces in clashes in the West Bank
The document details that 46 of the injured, including at least six children, corresponded to three incidents that occurred in Burqa and Beita, located in the Nablus district, and in which Israeli settlers violently assaulted and attacked the communities.
Actions supported by the repressive Zionist forces, which also carried out 88 search and arrest operations that led to the arrest of 148 Palestinians in the West Bank, mostly in the Jerusalem and Hebron governorates.
These successive episodes have been rejected by the UN and other international institutions, as well as by the international community, as evidenced by the recent protests against the demolition of Palestinian homes in London, United Kingdom.
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