HEBRON, July 1, 2014 – (WAFA) – Israeli forces blew up late Monday the homes of two Palestinians suspected of kidnapping and killing three missing settlers who went missing on June 12th.
WAFA correspondent reported that large Israeli troops surrounded and forced the residents out of Marwan Al-Qawasmeh and ‘Amer Abu ‘Eisha houses, located in Ras Al-Jora to the north of Hebron city, before blowing them up.
A member of Al-Qawasmeh family broke down when Israeli troops forced him out of the house in preparation for demolition and was taken to a nearby public hospital after. His situation was described as stable.
The force of the explosion shattered the glass, injuring a 40-day-old infant with glass shards in various parts of his body.
Following the demolition, clashes erupted between Israeli troops and residents as troops fired rubber-coated metal bullets and tear gas canisters at the residents, injuring several Palestinians with rubber-coated bullets and causing several others to suffer from tear gas inhalation.