Israeli occupation forces attacks West Bank weekly protests

Israeli occupation forces attacks West Bank weekly protests

Violent clashes broke out on Friday afternoon when Israeli occupation forces (IOF) suppressed the Palestinians' anti-occupation weekly protests.

AhlulBayt News Agency (ABNA): Violent clashes broke out on Friday afternoon when Israeli occupation forces (IOF) suppressed the Palestinians' anti-occupation weekly protests.

In Nablus, IOF soldiers violently attacked Palestinian protesters near Jabal Sabih area in Beita town.

At least one young man suffered rubber bullet injuries, while many others suffered from teargas inhalation during the clashes.

Similar clashes broke out in the nearby village of Beit Dajan, where dozens of injuries were reported among the local residents.

Clashes also erupted in Qaryut and Burin towns after being stormed by groups of Jewish settlers under military protection.

In Qalqilya, clashes erupted with the occupation forces in the village of Kafr Qaddoum, east of Qalqilya.

The weekly anti-settlement march took place in Kafr Qaddoum after the Friday prayer, and headed to the closed western entrance to the town. Clashes erupted after the IOF soldiers fired a barrage of rubber bullets and teargas canisters at the marchers. Five citizens suffered rubber bullet injuries while dozens were treated for suffocation.

In al-Khalil, clashes erupted in Bab al-Zawiya in the central area of the city when IOF soldiers fired volleys of rubber bullets and teargas bombs.

On a weekly basis, Palestinians hold demonstrations against illegal Jewish settlements in different parts of the West Bank, especially in Beita, Beit Dajan and Kafr Qaddoum villages.

Israeli and Palestinian estimates indicate there are about 650,000 settlers living in 164 settlements and 116 outposts in the West Bank, including in Occupied al-Quds.

Under international law, all Jewish settlements in the occupied Palestinian territories are considered illegal.  




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