Israeli fire leaves 2 Palestinians injured in Jerusalem
Israeli security forces wounded two Palestinians in northeastern Jerusalem, Palestine Red Crescent Society (PRCS) said Sunday.
PRCS said the victims were taken to a health facility following the attack in the occupied Iseviye town in Jerusalem.
The medical group has yet to provide further details on the status of the victims.
A Facebook page monitoring developments in Iseviye, Valley Hilva Information Center, reported Israeli forces battered a group of Palestinians in the town and dogs were used.
The page reported that Palestinian activist Mohammed Abu al-Hummus, who sought to record the moment of attack, was also injured.
On June 27, the Israeli army increased the pressure of Iseviye following the killing of 20-year-old Palestinian Mohammed Samir Ubeyd.
For more than three months, Israeli forces conduct daily raids and detentions in the town.