On the day of Arafat Jaradat funeral, numerous demonstrations took place in cities and villages across the West Bank and Gaza. In Bethlehem, a 13 year-old boy was shot with live ammunition and is still in the Intensive Care Unit at Beit Jala Hospital.
Numerous demonstrations have taken place today to protest the death of Arafat Jaradat in Megiddo prison.
This morning, clashes erupted in Qusra after settlers attacked the village. Several people were injured from rubber coated steel bullets and two from live ammuntion, one of them is in critical condition at Rafidia Hospital.
Israeli forces violently suppressed the demonstration for the opening of Shuhada Street in Hebron. Approximately fifty people suffered from tear gas inhalation and twelve were taken to hospital with rubber coated steel bullets related wounds. One person was also injured in the leg by a live bullet.
Protesters marched towards Ofer prison but were met with Israeli soldiers and border police who shot large quantities of tear gas canisters and rubber coated steel bullets. Live ammunition was also fired, resulting in two injuries.
Malek Tamimi, 22, was hit in the hand and waist. A second protester was shot in the head with a rubber-coated bullet; delayed ambulance entry to the village by an hour.
The video, filmed on June 1, during the weekly demonstration in the West Bank village of Nabi Saleh, shows an Israeli officer standing in a dominant position, above two protesters, throwing stones and firing live ammunition at them.
Hundreds joined the weekly protest in Kufer Qaddum this week. The army fired live ammunition, mainly in the air, to disperse the local youth. No injuries were reported.
Some 200 people joined the weekly demonstration in Kufr A-Dik against the construction of a new settlement. The army used large amounts of live ammunition to disperse the demonstration.
Two weeks after the killing of Mustafa Tamimi during a demonstration in the village, an Israeli sniper shot a protester with live 0.22" caliber ammunition, banned for crowd control purposes.
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