Israel imposes “immoral” restrictions in al-khalil: Israeli rights group

Tehran, November 8, The Iran Project- At least 14 Palestinians were detained by the Israeli soldiers in al-Khalil. According to local sources, Israeli forces raided the houses, nabbing dozens of Palestinians including children in overnight Sunday.

Another 16-year-old Palestinian also was detained by Israeli army allegedly for involving in shooting an Israeli soldier on Saturday.

A refugee camp in south of the West Bank was the scene of renewed clashes between Israeli forces and Palestinians on Sunday. The development came after Israeli soldiers raided the camp, and in response the Palestinian protesters threw rocks and bottles. While the reports said Israeli forces have used live fire and rubber bullet to disperse the protesters no report of the injuries is available yet.

Furthermore, Israeli forces shot dead a Palestinian whom allegedly injured four Israelis on Sunday in Nablus. Israeli media claimed that the Palestinian carried out a vehicular attack that left four Israeli injured.

Another Palestinian woman also was killed by Tel-Aviv regime over the alleged stabbing attack in the south of West Bank on Sunday.

Meanwhile, an Israeli rights group on Friday slammed the Israeli government measure in al-Khalil, calling it “immoral” and “awful” acts. The group B’Tselem mainly denounced the restrictions imposed by Israeli forces in al-Khalil, saying the move punishes Palestinian public.

Palestinian sources said dozens of Palestinians have been injured in the clashes across Palestinian occupied territory on Saturday. They particularly reported the renewed clashes in West Bank that left some Palestinians suffered tear gas inhalation.