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Soldiers Use Tear Gas To suppress the Weekly Nonviolent Protest In Nil'in

author Saturday May 08, 2010 00:56author by IMEMC Staff - IMEMC NEWS Report post

Many were treated for the effects of tear gas inhalation as the villagers of Nil'in, central West Bank, protested on Friday Israeli wall built on their lands.

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Israeli and international protesters joined the villagers after the midday prayers and marched towards the gate of the wall. At the gate villagers demanded access to their lands behind the wall.

Troops used tear gas to suppress the protesters. The march ended with clashes between local youth and the military. Some youth were treated for the effects of tear gas inhalation.

category ramallah | non-violent action | news report author email ghassan at imemc dot org
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