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Several Residents Injured In Occupied Jerusalem

author Saturday December 28, 2013 02:19author by Saed Bannoura - IMEMC & Agencies Report post

Three Children Kidnapped In Old City

[Friday Evening, December 27, 2013] Palestinian medical sources have reported that several residents have been wounded during clashes with Israeli soldiers invading the towns of Al-Ezariyya, Abu Dis, Anata and Ar-Ram, in occupied Jerusalem. Soldiers also kidnapped three children in Jerusalem’s Old City.


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The Palestinian News & Info Agency (WAFA) has reported that dozens of soldiers invaded the Qabsa area, in Al-Ezariyya town, and clashed with local youths who threw stones at them.

Several residents suffered the effects of tear gas inhalation and received treatment by local medics.

Qabsa junction witnesses weekly protests against the annexation wall which separated the residents from their mother city, occupied Jerusalem, and their lands.

Furthermore, clashes took place at the northern entrance of Anata town, after the soldiers tried to invade it.

The army fired rubber-coated metal bullets, gas bombs and concussion grenades, leading to several injuries.

Several residents were also wounded, mainly due to effects of tear gas inhalation, at the main entrance of Al-Ram town; all were moved to local clinics.

Also on Friday evening, soldiers kidnapped three Palestinian children in the Old City of occupied East Jerusalem.

Resident Safa’ Noureen told WAFA that the soldiers kidnapped her brother, Sa’id, in addition to Mohammad Abu Sbeih and Husam Ghneim.

She added that the army took the kidnapped Palestinians to Al-Qashla Police Station, near the Hebron Gate.

category jerusalem | israeli attacks | news report author email saed at imemc dot org
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