Israeli Forces Injure Two-Year-Old Palestinian Toddler in Military Raid near Ramallah

A 2-year-old Palestinian toddler were injured by Israeli gunfire in Nabi Saleh, near Ramallah. (Photo: via Social Media)

A 2-year-old Palestinian toddler and his father were injured by Israeli gunfire on Thursday night in an Israeli military ambush in the village of Nabi Saleh, near Ramallah, the official Palestinian news agency WAFA reported.

Bilal Tamimi, a local journalist and activist, told WAFA that an Israeli army force laid an ambush for a vehicle at the entrance to the village.

As soon as the vehicle approached them, Israeli soldiers rained the vehicle with bullets, injuring a toddler with a gunshot in his head and his father in his arm.

The toddler, Mohammed Tamimi, and his father were traveling in their car, near the Israeli army checkpoint at the entrance to the village.

Mohammed and his father were rushed to the hospital for treatment and their health condition is not yet clear.


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