Israeli Troops Open Fire At A Protest Commemorating Land Day In Bethlehem
Israeli troops used tear gas and rubber-coated-steel bullets to suppress a protest at the southern West Bank city of Bethlehem on Monday.
The protest today was organized in commemoration of Land Day. The event was organized by local political groups and NGO’s. People gathered at a local mosque nearby and marched towards the wall that separates Bethlehem form Jerusalem.
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