In a related context, Two teenagers and three journalists were injured in clashes between residents and Israeli forces at the Shu'fat Refugee Camp on Tuesday evening, northern occupied East Al-Quds.
Medics at the scene said that Ahmad Al-Hawas, 14, was shot in the leg and Naser Abu Asab, 15, was moderately injured after being assaulted by Israeli soldiers.
Additionally, medics said that three journalists were injured whilst covering the confrontations, identifying them as Ata Oeisat, Mahmoud Elian of the Al-Quds newspaper and Ahmad Gharabli from the French News Agency.
The latest injuries follow confrontations between school children and border guards at the Shu'fat military checkpoint earlier on Tuesday, leading to the detention of a 15-year-old and the injury of a soldier, witnesses said.
The clash followed a series of overnight raids where border guards handed out dozens of notices for residents to turn themselves in for questioning at Israeli intelligence compounds in Al-Quds. The raids came directly on the heels of an arrest campaign targeting dozens of Palestinian residents of the camp.
The teen detained in the most recent clashes was identified as Ahmad Jamil Abu Hamda, who was on his way to school when the clashes erupted.