Clashes in Qalqilya and Kafr Kaddum, and the wounded boy, Muhammad Shtewi, was admitted to the operating room

Clashes erupted in the city of Qalqilya and the village of Kafr Qaddum after the end of Friday prayers, in refusal of the deal of the century.

In Qalqilya, youths near the southern checkpoint known as the old Jaljuliya checkpoint threw guards at the apartheid wall. Soldiers fired gas, rubber and metal bullets and gas bombs, and the youths were pursued by military patrols that entered from the security gate on the apartheid wall.

In the village of Kafr Qaddum, the weekly march was launched towards the closed entrance and the suppression of the soldiers participating in the march. The boy, Muhammad Shtaiwi, was wounded, on Thursday evening, by a metal bullet that lodged in his head and his condition is serious and he was transferred to Hadassah Hospital to continue his treatment. He was admitted to the operating room Friday afternoon.

The coordinator of the weekly march, Mourad Shtaiwi, said that the occupation is suppressing the march and deliberately harming the participants to prevent the continuation of the march. A complete coma so far, and on Thursday, the second victim, Muhammad Shtewi, was in addition to hundreds of wounded.

It is noteworthy that the weekly march entered its ninth year since its inception on the first of July 2011, demanding to open the closed entrance since 2003.

 

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