Wednesday January 23; Palestinian medical sources reported that a young Palestinian woman from Bethlehem was shot and killed by an Israeli soldiers fire at the entrance of the Al-Arroub Agricultural College, where she studies, near the Al-Arroub refugee camp in Hebron.The Public Relations Department at the Al-Ahli Hospital in Hebron reported that Lobna Hannash, 21, was shot by a live round to the head, and died of her serious injuries at the Intensive Care Unit.

A young Palestinian man, identified as Ahmad Yousef Abu Ghazi, from the Al-Arroub refugee camp, and a Palestinian woman, identified as Suad Khalil Ja’ara, 38, were injured in the attack, and were also moved to the Al-Ahli hospital.

Abu Ghazi was moderately inured after being shot in the right arm, while Ja’ara suffered a mild injury in her hand.
Hannash was shot in the head by undercover Israeli soldiers driving a civilian vehicle near the northern entrance of the Al-Arroub college, the Palestine News Agency (PNN) reported.

Her body was later moved to her family’s home in Jabal Al-Mawaleh in Bethlehem, before hundreds of residents participated in the burial ceremony.

The Popular Committee Against the Wall and Settlements in Hebron reported that the deadly attack was carried out despite the fact that there have been no clashes in the area before she was shot.

Clashes took place after the young Palestinian woman was killed, while Israeli soldiers and policemen were extensively deployed in the area and closed the main road leading to the Al-Arroub college.

In related news, a Palestinian child identified as Saleh Al-Amareen, 16, from the Al-Azza refugee camp, north of Bethlehem, died of serious wounds he suffered last Friday during clashes between Israeli soldiers and Palestinians in the camp.