On Tuesday evening, Israeli soldiers invaded Burqa village northwest of Nablus in the occupied West Bank’s northern part, leading to protests, and fired many live rounds and gas bombs, causing many injuries, including an infant.
The Palestinian Red Crescent Society (PRCS) said its medics rushed a teenage boy, 17, and a young man, to a hospital after the soldiers shot them with live fire in the thigh and the abdomen.
The PRCS added that its medics treated for the effects of tear gas inhalation fifty Palestinians, including an infant, nine months of age, and a teenage boy, 13, who also required hospitalization.
The soldiers also attacked a family in their home, wounding three, ages 58, 24, and 17, before the medics rushed them to a hospital.
The PRCS also said that the soldiers fired live rounds at its ambulance and prevented it from reaching the home of a man, 63, who fell in his home, but later, the medics took a different route and reached the man before treating him.