The Palestinian Red Crescent Society announced that 21 Palestinians were injured in confrontations with Israeli occupying forces, who violently dispersed family members of prisoners and hundreds of Palestinians gathered outside the city’s West Over military prison. RamallahA group of child prisoners awaiting release as part of a prisoner exchange deal between the Islamic resistance movements agitation And Israel.
The Palestinian Red Crescent Society issued a statement last night (Sunday) saying that its staff “are dealing with rubber bullet injuries during the occupation forces’ attack on Betouniya, near Ramallah”, noting that the injured was “a Journalist, he was transferred to the hospital for treatment.”
He added that his staff transported “a young man (18 years old) who was injured by live ammunition in front of the Ofer military prison and he is being transferred to the hospital.”
He said in a statement, “Today, our staff treated 21 injured people in front of the Ofer military prison, 7 of whom were injured by live ammunition, 4 by rubber bullets and 10 by tear gas. victims, and some injured were transferred to ambulances.” Hospital. “
The association said 63 children were evacuated from a club near the area due to tear gas bombs, noting that “some of the children are being treated on the ground.”
Al Jazeera journalists said occupying forces fired bullets and gas bombs in Betouniya, near Ramallah, to prevent Palestinians from filming buses carrying freed children. Witnesses said Israeli forces used rubber bullets and gas bombs to disperse Palestinian families. Prisoners and those waiting with them in front of the prison gate on the Betunia side of the town.
Earlier on Sunday, Israel released 39 child prisoners in a third exchange, including 21 from the city of Jerusalem and one from the city of Rafah in the Gaza Strip. GazaThe remainder was distributed to the West Bank provinces in exchange for Hamas releasing 17 detainees, including 14 Israelis and three foreigners.
Yesterday Sunday, eight Palestinians were killed by bullets in Israeli-occupied territories. bank of the west6 of them are in the city embryo Its camps are in the northern West Bank, where a young Palestinian man was martyred in the settlement of Psagot, east of the city of Bire, and another in the village of Yatma, south of Nablus.
In yesterday’s raids on Sunday, Israeli forces surrounded the Jenin Government Hospital, Ibn Sina Hospital and the Palestinian Red Crescent Society headquarters and blocked the movement of ambulances unless coordinated in advance.
On Friday, a temporary humanitarian truce between Israel and Palestinian factions in the Gaza Strip, brokered by Qatar, Egypt and the United States, came into effect for four days but could be extended.
In the 48 days to November 23, Israeli forces waged a devastating war in Gaza, killing 14,854 Palestinians, including 6,150 children and more than 4,000 women, and injuring more than 36,000 people. This includes more than 75% of children and women. to the Gaza government media office.