United Nations experts on freedoms on Thursday requested an impartial and independent examination of the killing of a 15-year-old Palestinian by Israeli forces in the West Bank this month.

The specialists said that the child was the sixth Palestinian boy to be executed in 2020 by the occupation forces with live ammunition. On December 4, an Israeli soldier shot him in the middle during a peaceful demonstration by Palestinian youths against the development of an illegal Israeli settlement station nearby.

Data collected by the United Nations Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights and joint community groups confirmed that opponents threw stones at Israeli forces, who interacted with flexible slugs coated with metal, nerve gas, and ultimately live ammunition, such as for specialists.

The specialists added that about 1048 Palestinian youths were harmed by the Israeli security forces throughout the concerned Palestinian area between November 1, 2019 and October 31, 2020, referring to the data obtained.

The Israeli authorities stated that they would conduct an investigation into the Abu Alia massacre. However, public freedoms professionals note that Israeli protection forces examinations of deadly fire on Palestinians by their militants rarely lead to adequate liability.

Public society associations confirmed that 155 Palestinian children have been passed by Israeli forces with live ammunition or collective control weapons since 2013. They indicated that only three charges have been brought in connection with criminal allegations of committing crimes directly related to these killings.

A fighter was charged for not obeying the requests, and he was sentenced to one month in prison in the military prison. Their confirmation, which was distributed on the United Nations website, has been read.

They have contacted the Israeli government to either direct a free, fair, immediate and direct examination of non-military personnel in accordance with global standards, or to allow a fair and independent global review of fundamental freedoms.

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