Occupied Hebron (QNN)- Several native Palestinians were reportedly wounded, including an infant, in Israeli settlers’ attacks in Tal Rmeideh and Shuhada street in occupied Hebron to celebrate Jewish holidays on Saturday.
Local sources said Jewish fanatics, under IOF protection, stormed central Hebron and threw stones and empty bottles at the locals, causing several injuries.
The settlers mounted the rooftops of a Palestinian family house at the entrance to the Shuhada street after attacking the house with stones and empty bottles.
A video footage of the attacks shows a one year and a half infant bleeding, after being beaten by Israeli settlers. The baby was immediately evacuated to hospital.
#Watch| This one year and a half year old kid has been wounded in his head when groups of Israeli illegal settlers mounted the roofs of Palestinians house in Hebron under IOF protection and threw stones and empty bottles at the kid and his family. #WestBank #Palestine pic.twitter.com/gQ0zvwW3lc
— Quds News Network – Backup Account (@Qudsn_en) November 23, 2019
The baby has been identified as Muhammad Tneineh. His grandfather is the human rights activist Imad Abu Shamsiyyeh.
Other videos showed settlers attacking locals and insulting and swearing using anti-Islam insults.
Occupied Hebron has been subjected to a series of Israeli assaults. Yesterday, hundreds of Israelis attacked southern Hebron to celebrate Jewish holidays, leaving eight injuries.
The Ministry of Health confirmed treating eight locals, who were beaten by the Israelis.
In the Ibrahimi mosque, hundreds of Jewish fanatics flocked into the holy mosque to celebrate a holiday. The mosque has been closed for native Palestinians since yesterday.