Children suffocate after Israeli soldiers shoot tear gas canisters at their kindergarten near Bethlehem

Several people, including children, suffocated this morning after Israeli occupation soldiers fired tear gas canisters at a kindergarten in the town of Tuqoa, east of the southern West Bank city of Bethlehem, according to local sources,


They told WAFA that soldiers fired tear gas canisters in the direction of the kindergarten when they were in pursuit of other students. One student, 15 years of age, was detained by the army.


Residents confronted the soldiers when they broke into the town, said the sources.


The soldiers fired tear gas at the people causing suffocation, mostly treated on the location.


Source: Palestinian News & Info Agency (WAFA)