JENIN, July 30, 2013 (WAFA) – Seven people were injured by live and rubber bullets Tuesday when they confronted Israeli soldiers who raided Jenin refugee camp to arrest people, said security and medical sources.
Soldiers fired live and rubber bullets at Palestinians who confronted them when they entered the camp apparently to arrest a local mosque imam, said the sources.
Four people were injured in the leg or arm by live ammunition and the rest by rubber-coated metal bullets, said the medical sources at Khalil Suleiman hospital in Jenin.
Several others had to be treated for tear gas inhalation.
The confrontations ended after the soldiers had left the camp taking with them the imam, identified as Muhammad Shibrawi, 30.
source : WAFA NEWS