At least six Palestinians, including a child, were shot and injured today by Israeli forces’ fire during a military raid into Aqbat Jabr refugee camp to the south of Jericho city, according to local activist Ibrahim Abu Dahook. He told WAFA that Israeli army forces raided the camp, surrounded a house, and detained a father of two slain sons, who were killed by Israeli forces, spurring clashes with residents. Forces fired live ammunition, rubber-coated metal bullets, and tear gas canisters toward residents and their homes, shooting and injuring four people, including a child, with live ammunition. Two others were shot and injured by rubber-coated steel bullets. The majority of injuries were in the lower extremities, according to the Director of Jericho Governmental Hospital, Nasser Al-Anani.
Source: Palestine News & Information Agency