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The incident occurred at the Shu‘fat refugee camp checkpoint, which is the only link between the East Jerusalem neighborhood and Jerusalem proper due to the Israeli separation’s walls path around the area, which divides it from nearby Jewish settlements as well as other Palestinian neighborhoods. ID=739995 Jerusalem child shot by Israeli forces loses eyesight JERUSALEM (Ma‘an) 14 Nov — An 11-year-old Palestinian child shot in the face by a sponge bullet during clashes in al-‘Issawiya on Thursday has been left blind in one eye, a local official said.
Member of a local neighborhood committee, Muhammad Abu al-Hummus, told Ma‘an that Saleh Samer Attiyeh Mahmoud, 11, was shot in the face at close range by Israeli forces firing sponge bullets in al-‘Issawiya during clashes.
Saleh remains in the ICU and he still needs several operationsto treat fractures sustained in the skull.
Shooting his son was “unjustifiable,” the father said.
Collegues of Ramouni said that Palestinian bus drivers have long been subjected to violence by Jews.
However, according to a preliminary report, Israel Police suspect suicide, and claim no signs of violence were found on Ramouni.
Samer was just going to buy some vegetables from a nearby grocery – he was young and did not participate in the clashes taking place in the village.
The vision in his right eye is also severely damaged.
Villagers in the East Jerusalem neighborhood were protesting the closure of three out of four entrances to the village by Israeli forces when the incident took place.
Sponge rounds are made from high-density plastic with a foam-rubber head, and are fired from grenade launchers.
He has so far undergone two urgent surgical operations in his left eye.
According to Mahmoud, the medical staff in the Hadasa Hospital in Jerusalem informed him that his son would never see the light again.
A French delegation [was] visiting the village of Bil‘in … Jean Doris participated in the march, as an expression of solidarity with the Palestinian People and Bil‘in village Israeli man stabbed in Jerusalem; police kidnap two Palestinians IMEMC/Agencies 17 Nov — The Israeli police kidnapped, on Sunday evening, two young Palestinian men during what the police claimed “a search for a person who stabbed a man in occupied East Jerusalem.” Palestinian sources said the police kidnapped a Palestinian near the Sahera Gate, while the second Palestinian has been kidnapped on a bus in East Jerusalem.