Four Palestinians were Tuesday injured by live bullets during confrontations with the occupation forces in the Dheisheh camp, south of Bethlehem, while six others, including a woman, were detained in different areas of the governorate.

A security source told WAFA correspondent that an occupation army force stormed the camp and fired live bullets and tear gas and sound bombs, injuring four people by live bullets in the lower extremities. They were taken to Beit Jala Governmental Hospital to receive treatment.

The source added that the occupation soldiers raided a number of Palestinians’ homes in the Dheisheh camp and detained Zainab Al-Sajdi, the mother of the two prisoners, Muhannad and Rani Qawwar, and detained another youth.

In the village of Marah Rabah, south of Bethlehem, the occupation forces detained two after raiding and searching their families’ homes.

The occupation forces also detained two others in the eastern region of Bethlehem Governorate after raiding and searching their parents’ homes.

Source: National News Agency – Lebanony