Israeli soldiers shot and seriously injured, Sunday, two Palestinian children near the entrance of the al-Jalazoun refugee camp, north of the central West Bank city of Ramallah.
Raed Dalaysha of the local Popular Committee in the refugee camp said the soldiers shot Rami Naji at-Tayeh, 13, and Amir Ehab Zobeidi, 14.
Dalaysha added that the soldiers shot, and seriously injured, the two children, just as they were leaving the al-Jalazoun School for Boys.
Rami was shot with three live rounds in his arms, while Zobeidi was struck by several bulletsâ fragments in the chest.
Both were rushed to the Istishari Hospital in the ar-Reehan area, in Ramallah.
The army opened fire at the two children when the soldiers attacked many protesters in the area with live rounds, rubber-coated steel bullets, gas bombs, and concussion grenades, causing dozens of injuries.