Four Palestinian residents, including an infant, were injured in the West Bank city of Hebron, during separate attacks carried out by settlers and soldiers in the city.
A medical source at the Hebron governmental hospital reported that three residents were hospitalized on Sunday at night, after the soldiers invaded the city.
The source stated that a four-month infant, Basem Mousa Al Sweity, suffered serious injuries after a concussion grenade fired by the army, during clashes which erupted in the city, struck him in his head while he was in his bed.
Also, a child identified as Hosny Omar Al Morqtan, 15, was hit by a rubber-coated bullet in his hand during clashes which erupted overnight in the nearby village of Tarqoumia.
Resident Ayman Ismail Moghannam, 29, from Hebron, sustained several concussions and bruises to several parts of his body after soldiers attacked him while he was returning back home from work.
In a separate incident, an extremist settlers group from Keryat Arba’ settlement in the center of Hebron, attack a home close to the settlement and injured Ghada Abdul-Rahman Al Harbawi, 40, in her leg.
The Husband of Harbawi said that settlers attacked his home after midnight and hurled stones and empty bottles at the windows and doors while chanting slogans calling for killing and expelling the Arabs from the city.