Palestinian shepherd injured when suspicious object exploded, south of Hebron

Days of Palestine - Hebron

A Palestinian shepherd today, Tuesday, was injured when a suspicious object left over from the Israeli occupation exploded, east of Yatta, south of Hebron.

The Coordinator of the Protection and Resilience Committees, Fouad Al-Amour, confirmed that the shepherd, Alaa Ataimat, from the Bedouin community of Khashm Al-Daraj in Masafir Yatta, while grazing sheep when a suspicious object from the remnants of the occupation exploded.

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He confirmed that the shepherd was transferred to Alia Governmental Hospital for treatment, and his injury was described as moderate.

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