Palestinian injured after Israeli military ordnance goes off south of Hebron

Occupied West Bank (QNN)- A Palestinian man sustained injuries Tuesday evening after an unexploded Israeli military ordnance went off in As-Samu town in Hebron south in the occupied West Bank.

They told WAFA that Sanad Rawashda lost his arm after the unexploded ordnance left behind by the Israeli occupation forces during drills exploded near him in the town.

Rawashda was rushed to a hospital for urgent treatment.

The Israeli occupation forcrs usually conducts drills in the southern Hebron, the Jordan Valley and several other parts of the occupied West Bank, and often hand Palestinian families notices ordering them to leave their homes for various periods until the drills are over.

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