Israel attacks anti-occupation weekly protests in Nablus

Days of Palestine – Nablus – Israeli occupation forces injured at least seven Palestinians fired rubber bullets, and dozens more suffered from teargas inhalation as clashes broke out after Friday prayer in Beita and Beit Dajan towns, east of Nablus.

The clashes erupted in Beita town when Israeli occupation forces violently suppressed the weekly anti-settlement protest by residents.

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A paramedic was shot in his hand by a rubber bullet during clashes, while many were treated for tear gas inhalation among the protests.

Similar clashes broke out in Beit Dajan town, east of Nablus, where dozens of Palestinians took to the streets in protest against Israeli settlement construction on their land.

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However, Israeli occupation forces brutally stormed the town amid heavy firing of tear gas bombs and rubber bullets, injuring two youths with rubber bullets.

Dozens were affected by the tear gas fired by Israeli forces.

Official estimates indicate that about 750,000 settlers in the West Bank, including occupied Jerusalem, lived in 164 settlements and 116 outposts.

Under international law, all Israeli settlements in occupied territories are considered illegal.

(Source / 30.10.2021)

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