YEMEN Press Agency

Palestinian boy injured after Zionist settlers assaulted him near Hebron

OCCUPIED PALESTINE, Dec. 02 (YPA) – A 17-year-old Palestinian boy was injured on Thursday evening when Israeli settlers assaulted him in the southern West Bank city of Hebron, Palestinian media reported.

According to WAFA News Agency, Zionist settlers held the boy, Wadi Sadr, in al-Shalaleh Street in the center of the city and attacked him using metal bars causing bruises all over his body before his family was able to rescue him and take him to hospital.

In another context, the Zionist enemy forces demolished two homes this evening belonging to two Palestinian brothers in the village of Ramadin, to the south of Hebron in the southern West Bank

According to Zaidan Zagharneh, a local Palestinian resident, the occupation bulldozers accompanied by Israeli army and police raided the village and proceeded to knock down two homes under construction belonging to his two sons, Salah and Izz al-Din.

He said the demolition took place under the pretext of lacking a construction permit, which Palestinians in Area C of the occupied West Bank cannot obtain as a result of the racist Israeli planning and construction policies.