Check out the clip above, via Al Mayadeen.
A Palestinian baby was named after terrorist Muhannad Halabi just hours after he stabbed two Israelis, Nehemiah Lavi and Aaron Banita, to death in Jerusalem three days ago.
Journalist Hanna Mahameed was hit with fragments from a bomb thrown by Israeli troops.
The cameraman quickly pans to show the female reporter on her knees, screaming in agony, as passersby help her remove her scarf and heavy flak jacket.
“She has holes in her face and neck” and was told to recover before returning to work, Mahameed’s colleague, Raed Sobies, reportedly told the Independent.
Media reports said Mahameed was rushed to a local hospital where she was treated for injuries.
Israeli police spokeswoman Luba Samri said the police responded with “riot dispersal means” and that “whoever is present with law-breaking rioters risks getting injured”.
The reporter claims Israelis aimed directly at her TV crew as it reported clashes in the neighborhood.
A series of Palestinian attacks that killed several Israeli civilians has prompted the government to take unprecedented security measures amid growing public debate over whether the specter of another Palestinian Intifada, or uprising, is on the horizon.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu vowed a “harsh offensive” to counter rising violence.
The parents of Alloun deny his involvement in the stabbing incident.
Israeli forces arrested Alloun’s father, brother and uncle, despite no clear connection between the attack and the teenager’s relatives has been drawn. On Saturday, he wrote on his Facebook page: ‘Either martyrdom or victory’.