News, March 2008
Israeli occupation forces kill Palestinian man, injure two children, demolish two houses, settlers attack lawmaker Siham Thabit
Israeli occupation forces kill Palestinian man in northern Gaza
Israeli occupation forces killed 40-year-old
Nafidh Abu Karsh in the Al-Waha area in the northern Gaza Strip on
Israeli occupation forces invaded the West Bank
city of Bethlehem overnight, demolishing two houses, seizing a
Palestinian man and injuring another.
Israeli settlers attacked Siham Thabit,
a member of the Palestinian Legislative Council (PLC), on Friday while
she was driving to the West Bank City of Nablus with her son Ahmad.
Israel army injures two children during ongoing military operations in Bethlehem
Friday March 07, 2008 00:52 by Ghassan Bannoura - IMEMC News
Two Palestinian children were injured during
ongoing Israeli occupation military operations in the southern West Bank
city of Bethlehem.
Abddul Hameed Fawaghrah, 3 years old, suffered tear gas inhalation and was moved to the hospital after invading soldiers fired tear gas at his family home. Fawaghrah was admitted to the IC unit at the Bethlehem Public Hospital where his condition was stabilized. According to his father, Fawaghrah was born with a heart condition. As a result of tear gas inhalation he had difficulty breathing and required emergency medical care.
Additional victims included a 15 year old girl
who suffered from shock after the army opened fire near her house in the
center of Bethlehem. She was also rushed to the hospital for treatment.
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