Six Protesters Wounded in Kafr Qaddoum
Israeli troops attacked the weekly nonviolent protest in Kafr Qaddoum village, near the northern West Bank city of Nablus, leading to six injuries.
The wounded protesters were identified as Odai Jom’a, 17, Khader Jom’a, 22, Yahia Eshtewy, 26, Saddam Eshtewy, 20, and another resident who was not identified, an international activist identified as Lydia was also injured, local sources reported.
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