2 teens injured in Jenin clashes
Published Monday 04/11/2013 (updated) 04/11/2013 18:13
A protester throws a stone at Israeli military forces near Nablus.
JENIN (Ma'an) -- Two teenagers were injured on Monday during clashes with Israeli forces south of Jenin, official news agency Wafa reported.
Muhammad Alawneh, 19, was shot in the foot with live fire and Muen Alawneh, 18, was injured by rubber bullets, security sources said.
Locals told Ma'an that six Israeli military vehicles raided Jaba village at around 1 a.m., leading to clashes in the center of the village.
Israeli soldiers fired tear gas canisters, rubber-coated steel bullets and live ammunition at villagers with dozens of people suffering from tear gas inhalation.
Israeli forces deliberately damaged several cars in the village, locals added.
An Israeli army spokeswoman said she was not familiar with any reports of clashes.