The Israeli occupation prevented a Palestinian ambulance from evacuating the girl, leaving her bleeding for a long time
Days of Palestine, West Bank -An Israeli occupation soldier shot on Sunday evening 13-year-old Palestinian girl in West Bank city of Al-Khalil, left her bleeding.
Witnesses told Days of Palestine that the girl has just crossed the Israeli military checkpoint, referred to as 160, when an Israeli soldier shot her with five live bullets.
The girl was critically wounded and left bleeding for a while before she was evacuated by an Israeli ambulance to an unknown place.
Palestinian ministry of health said that the Israeli occupation refused to allow a Palestinian ambulance to evacuate her, leaving her bleeding while in a critical condition.
Family sources named the girl as Yasmin al-Zarou, stating that she is only 13 years old. They refuted the Israeli claim that she attempted to stab an Israeli soldier.
“Her sister was walking with her and she was surprised with her collapsing after hearing the sound of five bullets,” Yasmin’s mother told Days of Palestine.