Palestinian medic was wounded by Israeli bullets east of occupied Jerusalem

UNITED STATES, WASHINGTON (VOP TODAY NEWS) — A Palestinian paramedic was wounded in the head on Friday after clashes with the Israeli army in east Jerusalem.

The Palestinian Red Crescent Society, in a statement, that “a volunteer paramedic was shot by rubber bullets to the head, while covering clashes with the Israeli army in the town of Abu Dis east of Jerusalem.”

“He was given first aid and transferred to hospital,” she said.

This follows the death of a Palestinian, who was shot by the Israeli army, south of Bethlehem.

The Palestinian Ministry of Health said in a statement that the Palestinian Civil Liaison Agency (PCHR) reported that a Palestinian was killed near the Gush Etzion settlement, south of Bethlehem.

Earlier on Friday, two settlers were injured in an operation run over in the southern West Bank, while the Israeli army fired at the attacker, according to the Hebrew Broadcasting Corporation.

She added that two Israeli settlers were seriously injured in a run-over in the settlement of “Gush Etzion” south of the West Bank.

The Israeli army confirmed in a statement that it had received information about the run-over, noting that it was investigating the circumstances.


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