On Thursday Israel’s occupation forces killed a 15-year-old boy in Beit Ummar on West Bank, a young man wounded as a teenager by Israeli occupation succumbed to his wounds and a new video showed that a teenage girl killed on Wednesday by Israel was executed.
CHILD SHOT IN THE BACK
15-year-old Khalid Bahr Ahmad Bahr was shot in the back by Israel’s occupation forces in the occupied West Bank village of Beit Ummar on Thursday October 20th.
After he was shot, Israel’s occupation forces’ soldiers refused to give him first aid and didn’t allow Palestinian medics to reach him.
Israeli occupation forces claimed that the teenager was killed for throwing rocks and refusing to ‘halt’ when supposedly ordered to do so by an occupation soldier, who allegedly would have shot a warning shot before shooting Khalid Bahr in the back.
According to a Palestinian source, the teenager was ‘shot from a close range’ after ‘a chase’.
Another teenager was detained and an occupation forces soldier supposedly ‘lightly injured’ during the incident.
The body of the boy was taken away by Israeli occupation forces.
AN EXECUTION OF A WOUNDED GIRL
On Thursday also emerged a video which shows that four Israeli occupation forces’ paramilitary Border Guas shot 19-year-old Raheeq Shajeyeh Youssef when she was already on the ground near the Za’tara checkpoint on Wednesday October 19th.
Israeli occupation spokesperson Luba Samri defended the shooting of Youssef while she was on the ground, unmoving after shot in leg, saying that “The video shows a partial picture of the event.”
The four armed occupation forces’ members were supposedly ‘afraid’ that they could still be ‘attacked’ by Youssef, wounded and on the ground with no alleged ‘knife’ seen in any photographs or videos from the scene.
Israeli occupation still holds the body of Raheeq Youssef.
YOUTH WOUNDED AS A CHILD DIES
Mahmoud Jamal Jawda / Mahmoud Jamal Jouda was 14-years-old when he was shot in Israeli occupation attack on Ramallah on the West Bank in 2007.
Three others died and up to 19 others were wounded in the attack, in which Jouda was shot multiple times by Israeli occupation forces’ in a helicopter, allegedly the shooters being in civilian clothes.
He suffered multiple injuries, one bullet injuring him in spine, and went through multiple surgeries – and according to one source, amputations – during the following years after his condition continued to deteriorate.
Mahmoud Jouda was treated in Palestinian, Jordanian and Israeli hospitals (the latter paid for by Palestinian Authority) but in the end succumbed to his injuries on Thursday morning.
He was from the Gaza Strip, which his family had left after Hamas’ taking control of it in 2007.
VIDEOS of the aftermath of the shooting of Khalid Bahr on Twitter: