Israeli occupation forces attacks wall painting activity in Abu Dis, clashes with youths

Israeli occupation forces attacks wall painting activity in Abu Dis, clashes with youths

The Israeli occupation forces (IOF) on Wednesday evening attacked an activity organized by families and activists in the east al-Quds (Jerusalem) town of Abu Dis to paint the largest mural for the martyrs whose bodies are still held by the occupation authority, including martyr Mai Afana.

AhlulBayt News Agency (ABNA): The Israeli occupation forces (IOF) on Wednesday evening attacked an activity organized by families and activists in the east al-Quds (Jerusalem) town of Abu Dis to paint the largest mural for the martyrs whose bodies are still held by the occupation authority, including martyr Mai Afana.

Recently, Israeli soldiers cold-bloodedly killed 29-year-old Mai Afana as she mistakenly drove her car through a small dirt road which the Israeli army started to build about a week ago.

According to local sources, police forces intensively fired tear gas canisters at the participants in the painting activity, which was staged near the separation wall in Abu Dis.

Consequently, dozens of citizens suffered from their exposure to tear gas and soon the situation escalated into clashes between local youths and the IOF.

Power outages also happened in the area after police forces targeted an electricity transformer inside the compound of al-Quds University in Abu Dis during the events.



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