On Monday, the Israeli army injured 8 Palestinians, during clashes between the two sides in the southern West Bank.
This came according to a statement issued by the Palestine Red Crescent Society, of which Anadolu Agency received a copy.
The association said that “its teams dealt with 8 injuries during clashes that broke out between dozens of Palestinians and the Israeli army, in the town of Beit Ummar, near Hebron.”
In its statement, it indicated that “among the injured were 5 with live bullets, including a serious injury to the chest and the leg, and 3 cases of suffocation due to tear gas inhalation.”
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Eyewitnesses told Anadolu Agency, “Clashes broke out between dozens of Palestinians and an Israeli army force that stormed the town of Beit Ummar.”
The witnesses indicated that “the Israeli army used live and metal bullets and tear gas, while young men threw stones at its forces.”
Clashes usually break out in the town of Beit Ummar, which is located on a public road, and the Israeli army erects a military tower at its entrance.