Days of Palestine, West Bank/Gaza Strip –Israeli occupation forces killed two Palestinian, wounded over than 500 others on Friday, Palestinian medical sources said.
Palestinian civilian Mohamed al-Khatib, 19, was killed in the early morning, when the Israeli occupation forces stationed near the illegal Israeli settlement of Kfar Adomim, east of occupied Jerusalem, shot live bullets at him.
Israeli army spokesperson claimed that Al-Khatib ran over a number of Israeli soldiers. Israeli media reported two Israeli soldiers were lightly wounded in the area.
In the West Bank city of Al-Khalil, the Israeli occupation forces shot Palestinian youth Omar al-Za’aqiq, 18, from the village of Beit Amer.
Eyewitnesses said that the Israeli occupation forces prevented paramedics from offering first aids to the Palestinian. Thus, he remained bleeding to death.
Meanwhile, the Palestinian Red Crescent announced that its staff had offered medical help for over than 500 Palestinian protesters across the occupied West Bank and the Gaza Strip.
Tens of the wounded, the Red Crescent said, were shot with live ammunition in different parts of their bodies. The others were wounded by steel-coated with rubber bullets or suffered tear gas suffocation.
By the killing of the two Palestinian today, the number of Palestinians have been killed since the start of October became 104, including four women, 22 children and an infant.