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A Palestinian boy was killed by Israeli soldiers’ fire in the occupied West Bank

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The Ministry of Health stated in a statement that “the child Mustafa Amer Sabah (16 years old) was killed by the occupation bullets in the town of Tuqu’.”

A Palestinian boy was killed on Friday by Israeli soldiers near Bethlehem in the occupied West Bank, according to the Palestinian Ministry of Health, while the Israeli army confirmed that its members responded to their targeting with stones.

And the Ministry of Health stated in a statement that “the child Mustafa Amer Sabah (16 years old) was killed by the occupation bullets in the town of Tuqu’.”

The Israeli army said in a statement that its members responded to Palestinians who “threw stones at soldiers” in the town.

The boy’s relatives gathered around his body, which was covered with the Palestinian flag, at Beit Jala Hospital in Bethlehem, according to an AFP photographer at the scene.

This comes a day after another Palestinian was killed by Israeli soldiers. In this context, the Israeli army spoke of an “attempt to run over a car” in the northern West Bank, which Israel has occupied since 1967.

The conflict between Israel and the Palestinians has witnessed an escalation in violence since the beginning of this year.

Since the beginning of January, the escalation has killed about 100 Palestinians, 19 Israelis, a Ukrainian woman and an Italian citizen, according to a toll compiled by Agence France-Presse based on official Israeli and Palestinian sources.

These figures include fighters and civilians, including minors, from the Palestinian side, and from the Israeli side. Most of the dead are civilians, including minors and three Israeli Arabs.

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