Israeli Troops Seriously Wound Two Palestinian Teens in Gaza
Israeli gunfire seriously wounded two Palestinian teens on Thursday in the Brazil neighborhood in the city of Gaza, reported the official Palestinian news agency, WAFA.
The two, who were not immediately identified, were taken to a Gaza Strip hospital for treatment, the agency said.
Also in Rafah, Israeli tanks shelled several houses, said the agency, reporting no injuries.
Since the outbreak of the latest Israeli-Palestinian conflict last September, CNN reports that Palestinians have killed over 112 Israelis with weapons ranging from stones and knives to machineguns and car bombs. Israeli military sources have reported well over 600 injuries to Israelis of Jewish descent.
In the same time period, according to CNN, Israeli soldiers and armed Jewish settlers have killed 13 Arab Israelis and over 458 Palestinians with weapons ranging from machineguns and tanks to US-made Apache helicopter gunships and F-16s.
According to Amnesty International, nearly 100 of the Palestinians killed were children.
In addition, the Palestinian Red Crescent Society has reported over 14,000 Palestinians wounded, and over 520 killed.
Jewish author Noam Chomsky, who according to a New York Times Book Review article is “arguably the most important intellectual alive,” has been quoted as saying: “State terrorism is an extreme form of terrorism, generally much worse than individual terrorism because it has the resources of a state behind it.” – Albawaba.com
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