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Two Palestinians were wounded by Israeli soldiers’ bullets during clashes in the West Bank


Palestinian and Israeli sources reported that several Palestinians were injured during clashes with Israeli soldiers on the outskirts of Nablus, in the northern West Bank.

Palestinian security sources told Xinhua on Wednesday that the clashes erupted between Palestinian protesters and Israeli soldiers who blocked the main roads in the city to escort dozens of Israeli settlers to Joseph’s Tomb, a holy site in Nablus.

Dozens of stone-throwing demonstrators clashed with the occupation soldiers, who fired tear gas and rubber bullets to disperse them. Palestinian eyewitnesses said that Palestinian gunmen and Israeli soldiers later exchanged fire near the grave.

The Palestine Red Crescent Society said in a statement that a Palestinian was seriously wounded with a live bullet in the back, while seven others were wounded by rubber bullets, and 80 others suffocated after inhaling tear gas by the occupation soldiers.

A spokesman for the Israeli army confirmed in a press statement that the Israeli army and security forces ensured the arrival of Israeli worshipers to Joseph’s tomb, adding that Palestinian gunmen opened fire on the forces, according to the Xinhua news agency.

The military wing of the Fatah movement, led by Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas, said in a statement that its fighters had targeted an Israeli army force with fire near the grave.

– Jans

int /kHz/

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