NAZI ARMY CRITICALLY WOUNDS A CHILD

By: Sammi Ibrahem,Sr

ISRAEL CRITICALLY WOUNDS A SMALL CHILD IN OCCUPIED EAST JERUSALEM

A small boy was shot and critically wounded by Nazi occupation forces in the Nazi occupied East Jerusalem on the afternoon of Saturday February 15th.

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Malik Issa – aged 7, 8 or 9 according to different reports – was shot with a rubber-coated steel bullet when he exited a store in the Issawiyah neighbourhood, which has been under heavy Israeli occupation aggression since late last summer.

The boy had went to the store with his sisters after they had returned from a school. The situation in Issawiyah has been described as calm when they came off a bus, but the time they left the store the Nazi occupation forces had just started a raid during which they abducted one person and fired rubber-coated steel bullets.

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According to some sources, Malik Issa’s wounds indicate that he would have been shot from a relatively short range. The bullet hit him in between the eyes.

Malik was transported eventually to a hospital in West Jerusalem where he was diagnosed as suffering from a skull fracture and a brain hemorrhage. It is expected that he will lose his left eye if he survives.

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