Palestinian youths age 13, the Israeli army shot.
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Palestinian youths age 13, the Israeli army shot.

Jakarta : Indonesia | Feb 26, 2013 at 4:53 AM PST
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Palestinian youths clash with Israeli soldiers during a demonstration

Palestinian youths age 13, the Israeli army shot.

Palestinian teenager shot Ruger rifle types, condemned as a deadly weapon. Confirmation comes from the Israel Defense Forces (IDF). Six Palestinians suffered minor injuries due to rubber bullet army tried to disperse the crowd. The unrest comes amid rising tensions in the West Bank. In the past week, over 1,000 Palestinians staged a protest to demand the release of Palestinian prisoners on hunger strike in Israeli jails.

The Israeli military opened fire, making critically injured a teenage Palestinian boy aged 13 years, during clashes at a refugee camp in the West Bank, (2/25/13) according to the Israel Defense Forces (IDF). The boy, suffered a gunshot wound to the chest, is currently hospitalized in Beit Jala near Bethlehem. The IDF confirmed the violence erupted after the funeral Arafat Jaradat, Palestinian prisoners aged 30 years and was arrested last week by Israeli security forces and died in Israeli prisons (2/24/13) last Sunday.

Again civilian casualties, Palestinian youth 13 years of age. Why no one can resist the urge to shoot. Justice will not be found in any form of violence. The truce which has been well achieved. Why are both parties equally promote violence.2/26/13/Tasch.

Sources: Reuters. Antara News.

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TaschTaufan is based in Jakarta, Jakarta, Indonesia, and is a Reporter on Allvoices.
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