Bethlehem, occupied West Bank – Fadel Tamimi feared for the worst as he rushed into the hospital.
His 15-year-old son, Mohammad, had just been brought there after being shot point-blank in the face by Israeli forces during last week’s protests in Nabi Saleh.
“I met him at the hospital after he was injured. My wife fainted three times when she saw him,” Tamimi told Al Jazeera. “The situation was so horrible.”
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