Palestinian girl injured in Israeli gunfire

17 year-old-girl was injured when Israeli forces opened fire on a car moving near Jeit village in western Nablus.

Palestinian girl injured in Israeli gunfire
World Bulletin / News Desk
 
A Palestinian girl was injured in an Israeli gunfire in the West Bank town of Nablus on Saturday.

Noha Kamal, 17, was injured when Israeli forces opened fire on a car moving near Jeit village in western Nablus, municipal chief Samir Qaddoumi told Anadolu Agency.

Eyewitnesses said that Israeli soldiers opened fire "surprisingly" on the car. According to the witnesses, there were no confrontations between Israeli forces and Palestinians in the area.

Israeli authorities are yet to comment on the incident

Palestinian President to meet Jewish youths

Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas will meet on Sunday with 270 Jewish youths in Ramallah, a senior Fatah movement member said.

"The meeting aims to send a message to Israeli society on proposals for ending the [Palestinian-Israeli] conflict," said Mohamed al-Madani – who also serves as head of a Palestine Liberation Organization (POL)'s committee on outreach with Israeli society.

Abbas will update the Jewish youths about the Palestinian vision for ending the conflict with Israel and the Palestinian position on the final-status issues as Jerusalem and refugees, he said.

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