West Bank, ALRAY - Palestinian Ministry of Health announced that the number of Palestinians killed in the West Bank and Gaza since the beginning of the lethal violence early October mounts to 27 Palestinians, seven of them are children.
It explained in a press statement that 16 Palestinians were killed in the West Bank and occupied Jerusalem and 11 Palestinians in Gaza.
25 Palestinians were injured during clashes in Hebron, Ramallah, Nablus, and Tulkaram, 11 were injured by live bullets, three with rubber bullet.
In Hebron, a 16-year –old youth was shot with live bullet in his stomach and thigh and was lift to al-Ahlee hospital for treatment. In Bethlehem, a 12-year-old injured of a tear gas bomb exploded in his face. Another youth was shot but Israeli forces who took him to a disclosed location.
Eight Palestinians were injured during clashes in Balou and in Jalazoun camp in al-Bierha, four of them with live bullets, three with rubber bullets and a 9-year-old boy injured while the Israeli occupation forces were chasing him.
In Nablus, 15 Palestinians were injured in clashes, five of them are children. One Palestinian was shot by Israeli settlers with live bullets in his stomach.
The ministry reported that the number of injuries exceeds the 1400 cases with live and rubber bullet in addition to 4000 cases of suffocation with tear gas.