Child Seriously Injured In Jerusalem
[Tuesday Evening November 5, 2013] Palestinian medical sources have reported that a Palestinian child was seriously injured by Israeli army fire in Qotna village, northwest of occupied East Jerusalem.
Chief of the Palestine Medical Center in Ramallah Dr. Ahmad Al-Beetawy said that the child Mahmoud Tawfiq Taha, 13 years of age, was moved to the center in a serious condition after a rubber-coated metal bullet, fired by a soldier, fractured his skull causing brain hemorrhaging.
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