(WAFA) – The Detainees and Ex-Detainees Affairs Commission said yesterday that Ahmad and Mohammad Jadoun, who were critically injured and dragged by Israeli occupation forces from their home in Jenin refugee camp earlier on the day, are in a critical health condition.
Khaled Mahajneh, an attorney of the Commission, said the two brothers are currently hospitalized in an Israeli hospital in Afula. He said Mohammad is still unconscious as he lost a significant amount of blood due to the injury he sustained in the left leg. He underwent an immediate surgery to remove some of the shrapnel in his leg, and is expected to undergo another surgery today.
Mohammad’s brother, Ahmed, was also placed in the ICU on Saturday afternoon due to his severe injury in the face and neck, which was described as stable but critical. He underwent two surgeries and is expected to undergo other surgeries during the upcoming days.
Earlier yesterday, Israeli occupation soldiers opened fire as they broke into the home of the Jadoun family, injuring the two brothers as they were sleeping before taking them into custody.
Activists posted several videos on social media of the two injured brothers being carried by Israeli soldiers after the raid.
The Israeli occupation army frequently carries out wide-ranging arrest campaigns across the occupied West Bank on the pretext of searching for “wanted” Palestinians.