Two Palestinian Students Were Out Walking. Israeli Troops Ambushed Them With Gunfire

Two 20-year-old students were walking along a West Bank road the day after the terrorist attack in Tel Aviv, when they came under heavy fire from Israeli soldiers lurking in ambush. One is now in a wheelchair; the other lost a leg

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Naseem Shuman shows his ravaged body. Stitches the length of his belly, from chest to loins, an unhealed bullet wound gaping on the bottom right of the abdomen. His left leg is stitched along its whole length, from hip to foot. His other leg was amputated; there is a stump below the knee. On the other side of the village his friend Useid Hamayil is sitting in a wheelchair, his left foot and leg in a cast, his right leg in a splint. The limbs of both men have become gaunt; they’re all skin and bones since they were wounded.



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