Injuries in Silwan and detaining a youth
Four Jerusalemites were wounded by shrapnel of sound grenades and rubber bullets during an Israeli incursion into Al-Ein Street in the village of Silwan in Jerusalem.
Wadi Hilweh Information Center-Silwan reported that a group of settlers hurled insults at young men and women sitting in Al-Ein Street in the village. There were verbal clashes between the youths and the settlers. The Israeli occupation forces then stormed the area and randomly fired sound bombs and rubber bullets.
The center added that four youths were wounded, a leg injury, a back injury, and two injuries in the chest.
The forces also detained a youth and hit him on the face as he was verballyassaulted, and then released him.