A Palestinian boy was killed and dozens were injured in clashes with the occupation in the northern West Bank

The Palestinian Ministry of Health said that the occupation forces shot dead a 13-year-old Palestinian boy today in clashes east of the city of Nablus in the northern West Bank, and there was no comment from the Israeli army on the incident. in the bank.

The Ministry of Health and paramedics indicated that the boy – called Muhammad Dadis – was shot in the stomach in the town of Deir al-Khattab near Nablus, and he died shortly after he was transferred to the hospital where he was admitted with his heart stopped, and all attempts to save his life failed.

Also in Nablus, the Palestinian Red Crescent said that its crews recorded 6 cases of suffocation as a result of inhaling tear gas in the village of Beit Dajan, east of the governorate, and they were treated on the ground.

Today, the Palestinian Red Crescent dealt with 5 injuries with rubber bullets, including a young man who was directly injured in the eye, who was transferred to Al-Najah Hospital in Nablus, during the confrontations that erupted at Jabal Sabih in the town of Beita.

The Red Crescent added that 55 people suffocated with tear gas in the clashes in Jabal Sobh, noting that the occupation forces prevented ambulances from reaching the site of the confrontations, after the roads were closed and bulldozed, which led to the treatment of the injured through crews and field teams.

Many demonstrations are held in the West Bank on Fridays to protest against the expansion of Israeli settlements in the West Bank, and these demonstrations sometimes involve confrontations with the Israeli army, which has occupied the West Bank since 1967.

Beita residents are demonstrating against the establishment of an informal Israeli settlement near the town. The Eviatar settlement was evacuated at the beginning of last July, but the army is deployed in the site until the occupation authorities decide on its fate. Currently, about 650,000 settlers live in the West Bank – including occupied Jerusalem – which is home to 2.8 million Palestinians.

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