On Sunday, Israeli soldiers shot a young Palestinian man in the center of Hebron city, in the southern part of the occupied West Bank.
Many Palestinians protested in the Shuhada Street area before the soldiers attacked them with rubber-coated steel bullets and gas bombs.
The soldiers shot a young man with a rubber-coated steel bullet in the thigh before receiving the needed treatment.
The incident took place near the permanent military roadblock at the main entrance of the isolated Shuhada Street.
It is worth mentioning that the Shuhada Street in Hebron, which became nicknamed Ghost Town, has remained isolated since 1994 after Israeli American colonizer Baruch Goldstein committed the Ibrahimi Mosque massacre on February 25th of that year.
As worshippers kneeled, Goldstein opened fire and reloaded at least once, continuing his barrage for as long as possible before being overpowered and eventually beaten to death. By the time he was stopped, twenty-nine worshippers were killed, and more than a hundred had been injured.