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Israeli forces liquidate Palestinian boy in West Bank

The boy was killed by the Israeli forces after celebrating his friend’s birthday

Israeli occupation forces liquidated on Tuesday night 15-year-old Palestinian boy in the outskirts of the West Bank city of Ramallah.

His sister insisted that the shooting was an “intended liquidation” of her young brother, who went to the swimming pool after celebrating his friend’s birthday

Days of Palestine, West Bank -Israeli occupation forces liquidated on Tuesday night 15-year-old Palestinian boy in the outskirts of the West Bank city of Ramallah.

The Israeli occupation army claimed in the early morning that the boy was shot and killed after he was involved in throwing stones at an Israeli vehicle.

Meanwhile, Palestinian sources stressed that the boy, who was identified as Mahmoud Badran, was not involved in any anti-Israeli activities.

After many different accounts of eyewitnesses and quick field investigations refuted the Israeli claims, the Israeli occupation authorities announced that the boy was mistakenly shot and killed.

Family sources said that Badran and his friends were returning from a swimming pool when they came under Israeli fire.

“They were little unarmed boys,” his sister said, “they heavily armed Israeli forces could approach them and inspect their identities if they doubted that they were terrorists.”

She insisted that the shooting was an “intended liquidation” of her young brother, who went to the swimming pool after celebrating his friend’s birthday.

(Source / 21.06.2016)

Tags: ICC4Israel

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