According to initial information from human rights organizations, on 9 November, a 15-year-old Palestinian boy was killed, and 60 Palestinians were injured during confrontations between Palestinians and the Israeli army that were triggered by a visit by Israeli settlers and parliament members to Joseph’s tomb (Nablus). The killed child was reportedly shot with live ammunition before the explosive device he was allegedly planting detonated.
According to initial information from local community sources, on 9 November, Israeli forces shot and injured with live ammunition a Palestinian man, who later died of his wounds, while he was trying to reach his workplace in Israel through a breach in the Barrier near Anin village (Jenin).
(More details will be provided on the above-mentioned incidents in the next report)
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