TULKARM, Wednesday, December 11, 2019 (WAFA) – Two Palestinian youths were injured today in two separate incidents after they were shot by Israeli forces near the occupied West Bank city of Tulkarm, according to medical sources.
They said that Hazem Lahliuh, from the village of Arraba, south of Jenin, was injured by Israeli gunfire near the military gate in Israel’s apartheid wall, located to west of Baqa al-Sharqiyya, north of Tulkarm.
The Red Crescent crew said that he was moved to a hospital in Jenin for treatment.
Meanwhile, Alaa Abu Baker, 24, from the village of Qaffin, north of Tulkarm, was injured after Israeli forces shot him near the gate in Israel’s apartheid wall to the west of the village.
Medical sources added that Abu Baker was shot in the left foot and was moved to the hospital for treatment, where his condition was reported to be moderate.
Yesterday, five Palestinian workers were injured while dozens others suffered from suffocation after Israeli forces opened fire towards them to the west of Nazlat Issa village, located to the north of Tulkarm.