Post Profile






UN report: 1200 Palestinian children injured by Israeli forces in West Bank during 2014

Israeli forces injured a total of 1,190 Palestinian children in the West Bank during 2014, according to a UN agency report. More than in 1 in 5 of the child injuries were caused by Israeli forces' use of live ammunition, with the rest from rubber-coated metal bullets, tear gas inhalation, and assault. Earlier this week, it was revealed that Israel had detained 1,266 Palestinian children in 2014, an average of seven children every two days.
read more

share
See more about: West Bank

Related Posts


Hebron activist’s killing raises issue of Israel’s use of live ammunition to stoke violent resistance

News / International Affairs : Mondoweiss

The New York Times gives greater prominence to injuries to an Israeli family in a car crash on the West Bank following an attack than to the killing by Israeli forces of a Palestinian activist, Mahmoud Al-Teety

Israeli troops fire live ammunition on protest in support of Palestinian prisoners

News / International Affairs : Mondoweiss

Israeli troops fired on Palestinian protests today outside Ofer prison in the West Bank with live ammunition. At least 12 protesters were sent to the hospital, some with serious injuries. Israel recently cancelled an agreed upon pri...

30 Palestinian children have been shot with live ammunition in protests last 3 months

News / International Affairs : Mondoweiss

At least 30 children across the West Bank, including East Jerusalem, sustained gunshot wounds when Israeli forces used live ammunition to quash protests during the first three months of 2015. While none of the incidents resulted in ...

Israeli forces shoot 14-year-old Palestinian with live ammo during West Bank march

News / International Affairs : Mondoweiss

Ma‘an reports: Israeli forces shot and injured a 14-year-old Mohammad Abdul Ilah with live ammunition on Saturday when they opened fire on a march in the West Bank village of Kafr Qaddum near Qalqiliya.

Comments


Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC