Hebron, September 22 (QNA) - Three Palestinians were wounded by the Israeli forces' bullets, one of them is a person with a disability, during confrontations with the Israeli occupation forces in Beit Ummar north Hebron.
The occupation forces raided Beit Ummar town and started shooting live ammunition and rubber bullets and launching poisonous gas canisters toward the homes of citizens, causing the injury of a disabled young man, who was shot with a bullet in the foot and was admitted to a hospital for treatment, local sources said.
Furthermore, they added that violent confrontations erupted between the group of youth and the occupation forces causing the injury of two young individuals with bullets on foot, in addition to the injury of dozens due to suffocation by inhaling the poisonous gas, who were subsequently treated in the field.
Also, Local sources said that the occupation forces apprehended three youths from Aqbat Jabr camp after storming their homes and inspecting them.
They added that settlers had raided Tammun Nature Reserve in Tubas Governorate under the escort and protection of the occupation forces and remained there for awhile before the withdrawal.