Tuesday, 1 September 2009

Soldados israelitas atiraram e mataram uma criança palestiniana perto de Ramallah


Palestinian child shot and killed near Ramallah

Palestinian medical sources reported on Tuesday at dawn that the Palestinian child who was shot and seriously wounded by Israeli military fire on Monday at night died of his wounds at an Israeli hospital.

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The child, Mohammad Riyadh Nayef, 15, from Al Jalazoun refugee camp, near the central West Bank city of Ramallah, was seriously wounded after the army claimed that he and other youths hurled stones at military jeeps.

The army also fired rounds of live ammunition, gas bombs, and concussion grenades, at several residents and medics who rushed to evacuate the wounded; two medics were wounded and were moved to Sheikh Zayed hospital in Ramallah.

Local sources at the Al Jalazoun refugee camp, reported that the army kidnapped four residents at took them to an unknown destination.

Three Palestinians wounded near Ramallah, one seriously

Tue, 01 Sep 2009 01:16:31

Palestinian medical sources reported Monday at night that three Palestinians were wounded by Israeli military fire, one seriously, near the road that separates between Al Jalazoun refugee camp and Beit El settlement, east of the central West Bank city of Ramallah.

One of the wounded Palestinians is a paramedic. The sources added that a 17-year old youth, Mohammad Nayef, was seriously wounded and was moved to Hadassah Israel hospital in Jerusalem.

The youth is the son of Riyadh Nayef, a Palestinian security official who was assassinated by the Israeli army several years ago.

The two other wounded Palestinians are Ali Al Qaisi, shot in his arm, and ambulance driver, Osama Al Najjar, who was wounded in his leg while providing first aid to Mohammad Nayef.

Furthermore, Israeli soldiers kidnapped several Palestinian youth and took them to an unknown destination. The detained youths remained unknown.

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