Two Civilians Injured, One Critically, As Troops Attack West Bank Anti Wall Protests
On Friday two civilians were injured, one seriously, while many were treated for the effects of tear gas inhalation when Israeli soldiers suppressed anti wall protests in a number of West Bank villages.
At the village of an-Nabi Saleh, central West Bank, two teenagers were injured, one critically, when soldiers attacked the weekly anti wall protest on Friday. This week's protest was organized under the title of “continued resistance” in response to the Israeli military campaign targeting the villagers to stop the weekly activities.
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