HEBRON (Ma’an) -- Two Palestinians were taken to a Jerusalem hospital by Israeli forces after being injured in their car as they passed an Israeli military vehicle, local security sources said.
The men were reportedly fired on in the Wad Al-Ghrus area north of Heron on Wednesday night. Officials identified them as Ismail Saleh Ali Aj-Ja’bari, who sustained a head wound, and Muhammad Amer Subhi Aj-Ja’bari who was injured in the shoulder.
The following day in Hebron, two women and a child were injured when Israeli soldiers entered their homes during a raid in Beit Ummar.
Area spokesman Mohammad Ayyad Awad said the raid occurred in the wake of clashes, which erupted as Israeli forces patrolled the town.
Entering the homes of Fadwa Mohammad Ibrahim Abu Maria, 43, apparently searching for young stone throwers, the mother of five said she was beaten by soldiers and sustained bruises to her face and forehead.
A second woman Awad identified as Muna Abu Maria was injured when she was hit in the foot with a sound bomb by Israeli forces which had taken over the roof of her home during the clashes. Her son, 13-year-old Abed An-Naser Abed Al-Hamid Abu Maria was hit with a sound bomb in the right foot, Awad said, noting all were transferred to the hospital for treatment.
Meanwhile Israeli army had attacked a wedding with gas canisters some of the attendees were hurt and were treated in the field.