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  Israeli troops attack non-violent anti-Wall demonstrations in four West Bank villages
Humanitarian Voice - 2012-04-28

Nabi Saleh village protesters attacked by Israeli tear gas

Two people were severely injured, and dozens of protesters were treated for the effects of tear gas inhalation this week when Israeli troops attacked anti-wall and settlement protests on Friday in four West Bank communities.

In the village of Nabi Saleh, in the central west Bank, one man and a journalist were injured when they got hit in the head by tear gas bombs.

international supporters along with Palestinians of the village tried to march toward local farmers land taken by Israel with the intention of building a settlement.

Soldiers stopped them at the village entrance and forced them back using tear gas and rubber-coated steel bullets.

Meanwhile, many were treated for the effects of tear gas inhalation at the nearby villages of Bilíin and Nilíin. Both protests started after midday prayers on Friday. In the two villages, soldiers stationed at the Israeli wall attacked protesters with tear gas and sound bombs.

Also this week, the villagers of Al Maíssara, in the south of the West bank and residents of Beit Jala near Bethlehem marched against the wall. Soldiers used tear gas in al Maíssara village; many were treated for the effects of tear gas inhalation.

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