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3 Palestinians injured after Israeli army 'bombs Hebron home'
Published Sunday 15/06/2014 (updated) 17/06/2014 15:05
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BETHLEHEM (Ma'an) -- Three Palestinians were injured late Sunday after the Israeli army bombed open the door of a house in the city of Hebron, locals told Ma'an.

Locals said that Israeli forces in the Ein Deir al-Baha area of the city blew open the door of a house belonging to Akram al-Qawasami, injuring him and two young children.

Al-Qawasami, his eight-year-old son Muhammad, and his young daughter Sujoud sustained shrapnel injuries, the sources said.

Soldiers then raided the house and arrested Zaid Akram al-Qawasami.

The Israeli forces called through a loudspeaker moments before bombing open the door, the sources added.

A military spokeswoman refused to comment on the incident, saying the Israeli army could not elaborate on any of its activities in Hebron "at this time."

Israeli soldiers have been heavily deployed in Hebron following the disappearance of three Israeli youths from an area near the Jewish-only settlement of Gush Etzion late Thursday.

The have made dozens of arrests and erected multiple checkpoints in the area, restricting the freedom of movement of thousands of Palestinians.
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1 ) Paul / Kenya
15/06/2014 23:59
In my opinion, the Israeli's are to soft on you.

2 ) John / US
16/06/2014 00:08
Now we are going to see how much suffering can be put on Palestinians by the Israeli's who once again are going to show everyone that the chosen people are worth more than anyone else. Too bad that the PA security forces can't break down settler's doors looking for those who spray graffiti and destroy trees and land, and take them away for detention and questioning without charges.

3 ) Mel / USA
16/06/2014 18:34
#1:Paul/Kenya(iIf you're actually in Kenya & not sitting in an IDF troll-office):I can only assume that you're a racist Evangelical/Zionist?Because your comment about Israeli's being too'soft',in their colonial racism/bigotry against Muslim&Christian Palestinians,implies that you think the white colonial slave-traders were too'soft'on MILLIONS of neck-yoked,naked,starved,shackled African slaves,during the'Golden Era'?Or that Hitler was too'soft' on Jews,Catholics,Romanies & the handicapped?Puke!

4 ) Mel / USA
16/06/2014 21:17
#2:John/US:'spray graffiti'?Oh,IOF's & radical colonists do MORE THAN that,in Palestinian homes.They terrorize kids,elderly & smear their"chosen"excrement on walls,floors,furniture,Qurans,kids toys,clothing,smash everything to bits,loot anything valuable&throw precious food/fluids,on the floor.And then spray 'Gas the Arabs' or '1 down; 900,000 Arabs to go'!The worst 'Purity of Arms'Israel does,is what you DON'T see! SUMUD Palestine!You wil outlive Zionism!

5 ) Brian Cohen / Israel
17/06/2014 01:32
Sorry, John - but you Americans are the chosen people. Face it, John, you white Europeans invaded native American nations, massacred them, stole their land, massacred more of them and then stole the entire continent. You, John, are worth more than any Navajo or Cherokee or Sioux or Huron or Mohawk or Hopi or hundreds of other nations whose lands you now sit on. Aren't you proud of your heritage? Or are you going for the "two-state" solution to give them back some of the lands you stole?

6 ) fadi / jordan
03/08/2014 19:21
I'm Jordanian , we originally come from Gaza 67 years ago, i never been in gaze me or my dad also. until now 162 families in Jordan had funeral for relatives died in Gaza , all the people that killed in Gaza have families in Jordan Syria Lebanon and Iraq and all Arab countries Were separated from each other from 62 year ago, but we still have contacts, get married from each other. i don’t know , how could i have normal felling about any Israel citizen after all of that
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