“A conduct seen in the video is not consistent with the orders of the IDF (armed forces) and with what is expected of its soldiers,” the Israeli Army said in a statement, revealing that “the incident is being investigated and dealt with accordingly.” .

Hours earlier, the Palestinian Red Crescent ambulance service reported, in a post on the social network on the hood of your vehicle.

The incident occurred in the Palestinian city of Jenin, in the occupied West Bank.

According to the Efe news agency, it is common for Israeli troops or border police to not allow ambulances to help Palestinian citizens injured during military incursions, which are generally lethal – when clashes with militiamen from armed factions break out – and which have increased since the attack by the Palestinian Islamist group Hamas on October 7, 2023.

From that date until December 31, 2023, more than 320 Palestinians lost their lives due to Israeli fire and a minority at the hands of settlers living in the West Bank, making 2023 the deadliest year in two decades, with more than 520 deaths.

Since the beginning of 2024 and to date, at least 222 Palestinians have been killed by Israeli fire, most of them suspected militiamen or aggressors, but also civilians, including 44 children, according to a report by the Efe agency.

Also this year, in Israel, 14 people died in Palestinian attacks, including six civilians.

The ongoing conflict in the Gaza Strip was triggered by the attack by the Palestinian Islamist group Hamas on Israeli soil on October 7, 2023, which caused around 1,200 deaths and two hundred hostages, according to Israeli authorities.

Since then, Tel Aviv has launched an offensive in the Gaza Strip that has so far caused more than 37,000 deaths and more than 85,000 injuries, according to authorities in the Palestinian enclave, controlled by Hamas since 2007.

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Source: https://www.noticiasaominuto.com/mundo/2584905/israel-investiga-humilhacao-de-soldados-a-palestiniano-gravemente-ferido

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