The child, Mohammad Riyadh Nayef, 15, from Al Jalazoun refugee camp, near the central West Bank city of Ramallah, was seriously wounded after the army claimed that he and other youths hurled stones at military jeeps.
The army also fired rounds of live ammunition, gas bombs, and concussion grenades, at several residents and medics who rushed to evacuate the wounded; two medics were wounded and were moved to Sheikh Zayed hospital in Ramallah.
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Israel Defense Forces troops early Tuesday shot and killed a Palestinian youth suspected of hurling firebombs near the West Bank city of Ramallah, Channel 10 reported.
The youth was shot during clashes with troops, who were searching the area for Palestinians who had earlier thrown Molotov cocktails at the fence bordering the settlement of Beit El.
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A teenage terrorist, son of a senior member of the Al Aqsa Brigades terrorist branch of the Fatah party, was killed and two others were wounded in an attack near Beit El in Samaria late Monday night. No Israelis were wounded.
Border Police spotted the trio approaching the David neighborhood in Beit El, located north of Jerusalem, with firebombs. The policemen opened fire, killing the young terrorist and wounding the other two, who escaped.
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The Palestinian Ministry of Health said on Monday that the cases are mostly in the central west Bank city of Ramallah and was discovered through out last week.
The Health Ministry added that the number of those infected with H1N1 Flu in the west Bank have reached 121. Local sources said most cases are among people that were traveling abroad or Israel.
Upon returning from a trip to Ramallah and Jericho, Israeli soldiers halted the busses at the entrance to the town, ordering the children and teachers off the busses. The children were held for three hours before international human rights activists stationed in the village intervened. The presence of teachers and the children’s’ families also prevented the army from holding them longer.
Witnesses said the soldiers “abused and intimidated” their detainees.
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The Radio said that Ahmad Ismail Samara, in his fifties, died at the Hasharon prison. Samara is from the central West Bank city of Ramallah.
He was arrested in 1989 and was sentenced to 21 years imprisonment after he was convicted on “criminal charges” and of staying in Israel without a permit.
It is worth mentioning that a detainee died several days ago in an Israeli detention facility. Israel only said that he was found dead in his cell.
Palestinian Prime Minister Salam Fayyad honored Jumana Audah, head of the Palestinian Happy Child Center, for winning the World of Children Prize.
In a celebration on Thursday at the Grand Park Hotel in the West Bank city of Ramallah, it was announced that Auda won the 2009 award for her efforts serving childhood and children in Palestine.
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In a statement to the Quds Press, Sami Abu Zuhri, spokesperson of Hamas, called on Fateh movement “to free itself from the US preconditions”.
“We are not the problem”, Abu Zuhri said, “The problem is in those who link the success of the talks with an American blessing”.
He also said that Ramallah government is illegitimate, and that any new government will not be legitimate unless it is presented and approved by the legislative council.
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