Palestinian minors killed by Israeli army after suspected car crash | International News Occupied West Bank News

16-year-old Younis was shot and killed by soldiers at the Jbara checkpoint before being transferred to Meyer Hospital, where he was pronounced dead.

The occupied West Bank– According to reports, a Palestinian minor drove into a military checkpoint in the occupied West Bank in the north, and the Israeli army shot and killed him.

An Israeli soldier was injured in an attack on Monday, allegedly by Mohammad Nidal Younis, a 16-year-old boy from the city of Nablus.

He was shot and killed by soldiers at the Jbara checkpoint in the southern part of Tulkarem city and then transferred to Meir Hospital in Kfar Saba, where he was pronounced dead.

The Palestinian Ministry of Health has yet to confirm that the teenager was killed or his identity.

Israeli health officials said the 34-year-old wounded soldier suffered head and chest injuries in a serious but stable condition.

On Saturday night, the Israeli army Shot and killed a 25-year-old Palestinian The man Mohamed Salima stabbed and attacked near the occupied East Jerusalem Old City.

The footage taken by bystanders seemed to show that when Salima was lying on the ground and did not appear to pose a threat, Israeli police continued to shoot him from close range, which aroused strong condemnation from Palestinian officials and human rights organizations including the United Nations human rights organization. The Human Rights Office described it as “execution.”