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Palestinian in stable condition week after Israel shooting

Jan. 29, 2014 1:43 A.M. (Updated: Feb. 1, 2014 8:09 P.M.)
JERUSALEM (Ma'an) -- An injured young Palestinian remained at al-Maqased hospital in Jerusalem in stable condition Monday over a week after Israeli forces shot him at a gas station, relatives said.

Alaa Mahmoud Abdul Jawad al-Jamzawi, 20, was shot in his right thigh on Jan. 17 at the gas station where he worked during clashes in Anata village, his uncle, Abu Walid, said.

Al-Jamzawi was taken to al-Iman medical center before being transferred to Ramallah Governmental Hospital where he underwent a 12-hour operation to remove fragments of a bullet.

He suffered major artery and nerve damage, and around 5 cm of bone decayed as a result of the injury.

Days after the injury he was taken to al-Maqased hospital, where he still suffers from pains in the leg but is in stable condition.
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