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Update on Balata refugee Camp

Update on Balata refugee Camp

Sixteen year old Kamal Khalili was shot in his chest with live ammunition at 11:00 this morning in Balata Camp while throwing a stone at Israeli soldiers. He is now brain dead. According to Dr. Ghassan Hamdan head of the Nablus UPMRC nine other youths were injured today, at least four of them with live ammunition. Dr. Hamdan Says that this brings the total of injured people to 64.

This is third Day of the military operation in Balata Camp, The camp has been under continues curfew and people are suffering from lack of food medicine and milk formula for babies.

The military has occupied over sixty homes. Families in these homes are completely isolated. When a medical team tried to see 64 year old Im Imad Mashi who has high blood pressure and has recently undergone a heart operation they were denied acsess. "the soliders told us she can die" said Clara a volunteer from Germany .

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