[Thursday, April 10, 2014] Palestinian medical sources have reported that a home was burnt, and two Palestinians were wounded, after Israeli soldiers, invading the Aida refugee camp north of Bethlehem, fired gas bombs and concussion grenades. The sources said that at least one gas bomb was fired into a home, causing it to catch fire and burn completely, and that two young men, inside the targeted home, were wounded.

The burnt property belongs to Tha’er Jawarish, and is located in the center of the camp.

Soldiers also stopped and delayed an ambulance crew trying to move the wounded Palestinians to a local hospital.

Aida refugee camp is subject to frequent Israeli violations and invasions, leading to ongoing clashes between Palestinians and the invading soldiers.