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Two Palestinian Children Die of Wounds

Two Palestinian Children Die of Wounds

PALESTINE - Two Palestinian teen boys died of wounds they sustained by Israeli fire as three others were wounded, while scores of others were arrested in several cities of the West Bank and Gaza Strip and

Liath Mazen Subeih, 15, died Wednesday of his wounds he sustained last Saturday in Barqeen town of Jenin by the Israeli occupying soldiers, Palestinian medical sources confirmed.

The child Subeih was shot and wounded with a live explosive bullet in his lung triggered by the Israeli soldiers while patrolling the town. He has been hospitalized at the khalil Sulaieman governmental hospital for his critical condition, afterwards he was transferred to the local hospital of Raphedia in Nablus, where his death was announced.

Shadi Abu Anza, 14, died Tuesday of his wounds he claimed by the Israeli gunshots in the block “O” of Rafah, Palestinian medical source of the European hospital confirmed.

IPC Correspondent said that the Israeli occupying forces, positioned at fortified watchtowers, close to Salah Al Din barrier, south of khan Younis hailed the Palestinian houses in block (O) with indiscriminate shootings, wounding the child Abu Anza with a live bullet in the belly who later emitted his last breath in the European hospital of khan Younis, south of Gaza Strip.

In the West Bank city of Jenin, three Palestinian citizens were wounded in Al Fendouqia village, south of Jenin, by the Israeli occupation troops, WAFA reported.

Peasants told WAFA that the Israeli troops fired live and rubber coated steel bullets at the citizens, wounding Mohammed Kamel Azam, Omar Abed Al Rauof Azzam and Wa’l Saleh Azam, all were transferred to hospital for medication.

Meanwhile, three Palestinians were rounded up by the Israeli soldiers in Al khaddar town, west of Bethlehem, WAFA said.

Witnesses mentioned that a massive contingent of the Israeli soldiers cordoned off the houses of the arrested youngsters, hurtled insanely inside and physically abused its dwellers before having arrested the three youngsters.

A contingent of the Israeli troops ravaged the civilians’ houses in Beit Sourif town of Hebron on Tuesday, IPC correspondent said.

Locals told IPC correspondent that the Israeli troops already deployed in the town and launched Tuesday a house to house search, fully vetted tens of the youngsters and crucified them at the wall, not to mention the atrocious provocative acts against the citizens.

The storm-in took nearly 2 hours, in which the student Ahmed Mossa Hemeidat, 17, was arrested. The Israeli soldiers also stole the jewels estimated about ten thousands of Dinar after storming the house of Hemeidat, the locals added.

The mother of Hemeidat accused the Israeli soldiers of stealing her jewels whose cost exceeds tens of thousands of Dinars.

“An Israeli contingent of 15 soldiers encircled the family house and forced its 19 dwellers out in the open air afterwards conducted a through. Robbery of the jewels is barbaric and immoral act,” Hemidats’ mother groused.

In Tulkarem, the Israeli occupation forces arrested the citizen Mohammed Ibraheem Amouss, 22, during the Israeli incursion into Tulkarem refuge camp Tuesday, IPC reported.

Witnesses indicated that a military troop of five military jeeps and two armored vehicles accompanied by members of the Israeli intelligence incurred Muraba’ quarter of the camp and stormed the house of Amous , which was totally messed up , ended with the arrest of Amous who was taken to unknown desitination.

Four Palestinians were rounded up Tuesday at the two military checkpoints of Al Matahen and Abu Holy, south of Gaza Strip.

Palestinian security sources said that the Israeli soldiers’ stationed at Al Matahen military checkpoint blocked a Mercedes car traveling to khan Younis and arrested its four occupants; Said Abu Medain, Tamer Abu Khousa, Hassen Abu Hamda and Ramzi Owda.

Abu Mahmoud Jabber who was amongst those fully vetted at the checkpoint said that the Israeli soldiers after abruptly closing the checkpoint and withheld ten vehicles, were thoroughly inspected and obliged its occupants to walk on feet and to be converged at a square erected by the Israeli occupying forces, west of Salah Al Din road, linking Gaza strip north with the south.

“The inspection took more then two hours, in which four citizens were handcuffed and eye- folded and were led to the illegal Jewish settlement block of “Guch Qateif” Abu Jabber witnesses.

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