Shooting occurred after a funeral in the Palestinian village of Tuk, south of Bethlehem in the West Bank, last October, according to witnesses and a member of the Tuk municipality. Photos and video from the scene of the inhabitants of the city of Tyuke, who shot the funeral of 15-year-old Osama al-Badan, with their hands behind their back, trying to escape from at least four Israeli soldiers standing next to them.
Al-Badan was shot at each leg with a pistol, his father, Ali, told CNN.
"He was detained by soldiers for not doing anything," Ali Ali Badan said. "They accused him of throwing stones, I'm sure he did not do it, he has nothing to conceal and to admit if he threw a stone, but is it an excuse to shoot him?"
The Defense Forces (IDF) said the incident was being investigated.
Earlier on the same day, a Palestinian teacher from the village of Tyuk was killed in an accident, drawing on her burial of a large crowd. After the funeral, collisions broke out between the Palestinians and Israeli troops on the road leading to Tuk.
The shooting was followed by a "massive stone dumping" on IDF forces in the area, as well as on vehicles traveling along the road, "endangered by the lives of civilians and forces," reports IDF.
"The forces reacted by means of dispersal and simultaneously arrested one of the rebels who tried to escape after the arrest. After a short time they tried to escape from the forces." The forces began persecution, during which he was shot down in the lower part of the body, "reads IDF statement.
"There have been recent violations by Israeli vehicles and people traveling on the road close to the Arabian" – said IDF, I send Inside the Palestinian village, instead of the neighboring Israeli settlement of Teko A. These violations included the dumping of stones and tire burning, the IDF said.
Osama al-Badan was detained at the scene after the shootings, CNN witnesses said. The IDF soldier began to administer the site on the scene. the IDF reports.
Photos and video from the scene show that a small group of Palestinians in a hurry to help Al-Badan, as a soldier, wires a tourniquet to hold a bleeding from one of the firearms, while another soldier points out his weapon to the crowd to keep the Palestinians shouting: "The one who comes closer, the ball to the forehead."
The Palestinian man shouts, "I want to take him for treatment," and the soldier replies: "I have my own treatment." When the tension and shouts are rising, the soldier says: "The treatment goes."
In another video recorded by the inhabitants of Tuk when Al-Badan was raised and taken for treatment, the Palestinian man shouts "Let's go! Let's go!" Between a small group of Palestinians around al-Badan and an Israeli soldier there is a scramble. In response, a soldier standing nearby, released a ball into the air.
Past Al-Badan is sent to a neighboring clinic for treatment, where he remains in a stable condition, according to his father, who says that an IDF teenager
did not respond to CNN's request for the legal status of Usa al-Badan. Despite the fact that there was a "massive throwing of a stone" in the area, the press secretary of the Tsakhal said that nobody was arrested.