Gaza man's face badly damaged by Israeli tear gas canister
KHAN YOUNIS, Gaza Strip – A Palestinian guy whose face used to be critically broken by means of an Israeli tear fuel canister that lodged in his mouth right through a border protest remaining week has been allowed to go away Gaza for remedy at a Jerusalem health facility.
Haitham Abu Sabla, 24, spent 3 days on lifestyles beef up after being wounded right through the protest alongside Gaza’s border with Israel remaining Friday.
The canister pierced his cheek and were given caught in his mouth. Related Press pictures confirmed Abu Sabla working, wobbling and falling at the floor with the acrid white smoke spewing from his mouth and nostril.
Dr. Hussam al-Majayda, the surgeon who operated on Abu Sabla, says it took 45 mins to take away the canister.
Abu Sabla’s jaw and face suffered a couple of fractures, and his tooth had been badly broken.