Israeli forces, on Sunday, chased Palestinian workers, causing one to sustain a serious injury, near the apartheid wall near Rummanah village, northwest of Jenin, in northern occupied West Bank.

The family of the young man told Palestinian WAFA News Agency that the young man, Mahmoud Qasrawi, 24, from Misilyah village, suffered severe bleeding from his head after falling while he and other Palestinian workers were being chased by the army.

Qasrawi was transferred directly to the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) at the Rafidia hospital in Nablus.

No further information was available at the time of this report.

On March 25, Palestinian worker, Mohammad Mousa Abu Dalal, 23, from Shabtin village, fell to his death while being chased by Israeli police in Jaffa, Tel Aviv in Israel.

The Israeli police pursued the young construction worker, causing him to fall to his death down an elevator shaft.

According to the Middle East Research and Information Project;

“The number of Palestinian workers in Israel and Israeli settlements was an estimated 130,000 in 2019, according to the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD)—but is likely to be higher due to the number who cross into Israel without permits.[1] Most Palestinians work in Israel’s construction sector, where it is estimated that they make up 65-70 percent of the workforce.”