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Palestinian 'shot in stomach by soldiers' south of Hebron
Published Sunday 02/12/2012 (updated) 03/12/2012 18:39
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Israeli soldiers patrol near Avigail outpost south of Hebron.
(MaanImages/Eleonora Vio, File)
HEBRON (Ma’an) -- A Palestinian man was shot in the stomach during clashes south of Hebron on Saturday night, locals told Ma'an.

A military patrol entered the town of Dura, sparking clashes with local youth, they said.

Israeli forces used tear gas and live fire against residents, according to witnesses.

Shadi Salameh al-Masharqa, 22, was hit by a live bullet in his abdomen and underwent surgery in Hebron government hospital, locals said.

An Israeli military statement said "a group of Palestinians gathered around soldiers and began hurling rocks at them and climbed on their vehicles," during a routine patrol.

"The soldiers sensed an immediate threat to their lives and responded with warning shots."
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1 ) Julie / USA
02/12/2012 14:40
yet ANOTHER violation of the truce by izrahell. they are 100% incapable of honoring ANY truce, agreement, deal, treaty, etc....which is exactly what the world would expect of such thug criminals.

2 ) Lynx / Palestine
02/12/2012 17:34
Now that Palestine is a sovereign state, it is totally natural for Palestinians to resist the Israeli occupation of Palestine BY ANY MEANS NECESSARY, including military means. Abbas cannot make the same mistake of 20 years ago, by dropping Palestinian arms. Palestine, although a state, is not yet free of the belligerent occupation. Any negotiations, if ever, must take place while the Moukawama is active. The alternative has been tried and has FAILED to protect Palestine from Zionist theft.
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