Israeli army injures a Palestinian civilian from Hebron

March 12, 2007 5:17 PM Ghassan Bannoura Hebron, Israeli attacks, News Report 0

A Palestinian civilian from the village of Al Thahria near the southern West Bank city of Hebron was shot by the Israeli army in the city of Jerusalem late on Sunday night.

Mohamed Al Waridat, 22, was shot with a live round in the back in Abu Dies village near Jerusalem city.

Israeli soldiers who shot him did not allow medical teams to get to the man for more than half an hour, then eventually allowed an Israeli ambulance to take him to and Israeli hospital, eyewitnesses reported.

Medical sources reported that the man sustained critical wounds. On Monday morning the Israeli army invaded several parts of Hebron city and nearby villages. Troops searched and ransacked residents' houses then abducted Mohamed Amro, 23, and Mohamed Kamil, 45, from the village of Al Thahria.

Halhol and Yatta villages near the city were also attacked on Monday morning, soldiers searched homes and left, no abductions were reported.

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