Israeli forces shoot injured Palestinian child in Jerusalem

Days of Palestine - Jerusalem

A Palestinian child on Sunday evening was injured when an Israeli soldier opened fire at him in Hizma town, northeast of Occupied Jerusalem.

According to local sources, a 15-year-old kid was injured in his head by a rubber bullet near the eastern cemetery in the town.

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The incident happened when Israeli forces stormed that area of the town and embarked on showering local residents with stun and tear gas grenades and opening fire at them.

Earlier on the same day, another kid was injured by live ammunition after Israeli soldiers stormed Beit Ummar town in northern al-Khalil and clashed with local youths.

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