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Après Mohammed... Sayid

dimanche 21 mars 2010, par La Rédaction

Un deuxième jeune résistant, blessé par balle samedi par l’armée d’occupation, a succombé dimanche à ses blessures, rapportent des médecins palestiniens.
Sayid Qadous est le deuxième adolescent tué lors d’un accrochage avec les soldats de la force d’occupation. Mohammaed Qadous était décédé samedi.
Les funérailles des deux jeunes résistants doivent avoir lieu ce dimanche.
Il s’agit des premiers Palestiniens tués depuis le déclenchement ces dernières semaines de manifestations en Cisjordanie et à Jérusalem-Est.


A second teenager shot by Israeli forces died from his wounds on Sunday, Palestinian medics said, the second death from the same killing on Saturday.
Sayid Qadous, 17, was fatally wounded by Israeli forces in the Palestinian village of Iraq Burin, near Nablus.
Muhammed Qadous, 16, on Saturday died of a gunshot wound to the chest shortly after the two cousins were injured at the protest in Iraq Burin, a Palestinian village south of Nablus. Qadous had been struck in the head by what a Palestinian medic who treated him said was a live bullet.
Due to be buried later on Sunday, they were the first Palestinians to die in recent weeks of protests in the West Bank and East Jerusalem.
Medics said, that the Sayid underwent lengthy surgery at a Nablus hospital, but ultimately died of blood loss despite 12 transfusions.
Osaid was transported to a local hospital in a Red Crescent ambulance, medics said, while Muhammed was taken in a private car because Israeli forces prevented an ambulance from arriving.
The Israeli army has confirmed the shooting, but denied live ammunition was used.
However, Palestinian news agency said, "In an X-ray seen by Ma’an, what appears to be a live bullet is lodged in Osaid’s skull."
Ma’an added, "In addition, Muhammed’s body had an entry wound in the chest and an exit wound in the back. Such an injury could not have been caused by anything but live ammunition, activists said."

(Dimanche, 21 mars 2010 - Avec les agences de presse)

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Photo :
An Israeli soldier aims his gun during clashes with Palestinians, not seen, at the Kalandia checkpoint between the West Bank city of Ramallah and Jerusalem, Tuesday, March 16, 2010. Hundreds of Palestinians hurled rocks at police and set tires ablaze across the holy city’s volatile eastern sector, where thousands of officers, including reinforcements brought in from other locations, were in place for a fifth straight day. The violence also spilled over into the nearby West Bank.

(AP Photo/Majdi Mohammed)

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