Israeli soldiers shot and injured, on Friday, seven Palestinians in the West Bank city of Bethlehem, including a young man who suffered a serious injury in the neck.Medical sources said that resident Jamil Ba’abeesh, 21 years of age, was shot in the neck, and was instantly moved to surgery in the Beit Jala Governmental Hospital.

Ba’abesh remained in surgery more than four hours; several doctors and specialized surgeons rushed to the hospital to help save the life of the serious wounded Palestinians.

Following the surgery, a doctor said Ba’abeesh is now in a stable condition, but will remain in Intensive Care Unit.

Posted by ‎Quds News‎ on Friday, November 6, 2015

Undercover soldiers infiltrated into Bethlehem, and fired live rounds on a number of Palestinians, wounding five, and kidnapped four of the wounded.

The undercover officers infiltrated a Palestinian protest, where they assaulted one of the Palestinian protesters and attempted to abduct him. They then pulled their pistols before opening fire on the residents, while regular units rushed to the scene and stated shooting, to secure the retreat of the undercover soldiers.

An army vehicle then started firing gas bombs from a launcher mounted to its roof.