Two Residents, Activist ,Wounded As Army Attack Nonviolent Protest Near Hebron
Two Palestinians women and one international peace activist were injured after the Israeli army during attacked a nonviolent protest against settlements and the Annexation Wall in the southern West Bank village of Yatta north Hebron on Friday, Palestine News & Info Agency (WAFA) reported.
Coordinator of the National Committee Against Settlements and the Annexation Wall in Yatta, Rateb Jboor, stated that the protest is against the annexation of Palestinian lands located near Sosia settlement east Yatta.
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