A Palestinian youth has been injured, Thursday, after an Israeli settler deliberately ran him over, in the north of Hebron, according to local sources.
WAFA Palestinian News & Info Agency has reported that Mohammad Awad, spokesperson for the anti-settlement committee in the village, said that the settler, who was driving a bus, deliberately ran over Montaser Harub, age 25, from the nearby village of Kharas, while he was at the entrance of Beit Ummar.
According to witnesses, they forced the driver to stop before an Israeli army patrol arrived and ordered the driver to leave, with no further inquiry into the assault.
Montaser received first aid at the scene and was later transferred to a hospital for medical treatment, where his condition was described as moderate.
In the south of Hebron, during the night, an Israeli settler opened live fire on a Palestinian vehicle and, then, ran away.
Coordinator of the Popular Resistance Committees against the Wall and Settlement in the south of Hebron, Rateb al-Jabour, informed the Palestinian News Network that the settlers fired an automatic rifle towards the vehicle. The passengers of the vehicle were not injured, and the settler ran away towards the village of Beit Amra, southwest Yatta.
In the Nablus district, on Thursday, Israeli forces reportedly declared the village of Madama a closed military zone, citing security reasons, according to witnesses.
Witnesses told WAFA that an Israeli army unit set up flying checkpoints at all village entrances, preventing vehicles from coming or going, and forcing Palestinians to seek alternative bypass roads to reach their places of work.
An ambulance was allowed to enter the village only after a lengthy inspection by Israeli soldiers, according to Ma’an.
The village is located adjacent to Burin, which was raided by Israeli soldiers on Wednesday.
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