Palestinian medical sources in Hebron, in the southern part of the West Bank, reported that five residents suffered concussions and bruises in two separate attacks carried out by Israeli soldiers and settlers in the city. The sources stated that settlers attacked Al Baq’a area, east of Hebron, uprooted four olive trees and attacked four residents.
The settlers were accompanied by Israel soldiers who did not attempt to stop them, and instead attacked the residents who defended themselves and their lands.
The four wounded residents were identified as Najah Mohammad Jaber, Raghda Azmi Jaber, Najah Izzat Jaber, and a child idenftied as Talal Bassam Jaber.
Another child, identified as Qosay Wazwaz, was wounded after Israeli soldiers attacked him in Al Dabboya area, in the center of Hebron. He was moved to the Hebron Governmental Hospital for treatment of his concussion and bruises.