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Infant injured in Hebron raid

Sept. 28, 2010 3:55 P.M. (Updated: Sept. 29, 2010 2:29 P.M.)
HEBRON (Ma’an) -- An infant was hospitalized Monday after inhaling tear gas fired by Israeli police during a raid near Hebron, activists said.

Mahmud Muhammad Abdul Fattah At-Teet, 18 months, was transferred to a clinic in Beit Ummar and then to a hospital, Palestine Solidarity Project spokesman Muhammad Ayyad Awad said, after the raid on the village at 10:30 p.m.

Israel detained Mu’ayed Hasan Abdul Fattah At-Teet, 21, after searching his house, Awad said.

A Palestinian toddler was reported dead last Friday after Israeli forces fired tear gas amid clashes in a Palestinian neighborhood in East Jerusalem, relatives said.

Days later, an Israeli human rights organization called on police to investigate the incident.
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