Israeli occupation forces shot at on Palestinian students as the left school in the Jalazone refugee camp, in the West Bank, on Thursday, a child was injured.
According to Maan News there was no obvious reason why the attack took place as there were no clashes on going between Palestinians and Israelis near by at the time.
The child who was injured hurt his back and hand, though there is no news as to the seriousness of the boy’s condition.
Tensions flared in the aftermath of the incident with occupation forces using rubber coated steel bullets, sound bombs and tear gas against locals.
Israeli police similarly shot at young Palestinians in a refugee camp on Monday when they killed 27-year-old Mustafa Nimir and injured his brother in law, Ali.
According to Badil, an NGO working on Palestinian refugee rights, 83 people have been shot by live fire, in 2016. 221 Palestinians and 32 Israelis killed since October.