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Israeli Forces Kill 14-Year-Old Palestinian; Israeli Court Halts Expulsion from Sheikh Jarrah

HeadlineFeb 23, 2022

Palestinian officials said Israeli forces killed another teenage Palestinian boy in the occupied West Bank Tuesday. Fourteen-year-old Mohammed Shehadeh was reportedly shot by the soldiers, who then prevented ambulances from reaching him to administer care.

In other news from the region, an Israeli court has temporarily frozen the planned expulsion of a Palestinian family in the occupied East Jerusalem neighborhood of Sheikh Jarrah. The move came one week before the Salem family would have been expelled from their home and amid ongoing Palestinian resistance to the dispossession of their land and homes. Israeli forces continue to harass and attack protesters and residents in Sheikh Jarrah.

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