Army Attacks Bilin’s Weekly Protest Against The Wall
Friday January 25. 2013; The Friends Of Freedom And Justice Committee in Bil’in, near the central West Bank city of Ramallah, reported that Israeli soldiers violently attacked the weekly nonviolent protest against the Annexation Wall and Settlements in the village, leading to several injuries.
The Committee said that Hamde Abu Rahma, 27, and Rateb Abu Rahma, 47, were shot in their legs by tear gas bombs fired by the army, and that dozens of protesters were treated for the effects of tear gas inhalation.
Recent Articles about Ramallah Non-violent action
Two Injured In Bilin's Weekly Protest Oct 30 15
Many Palestinians Injured In Hebron 13:35 Thu 26 Nov
Israeli Soldiers Kill A 51-year old Palestinian Man South Of Nablus 12:58 Thu 26 Nov
Soldiers Confiscate Eight Buses In Nablus 08:21 Thu 26 Nov
Palestinian Child Dies of Wounds Suffered Two Weeks Ago In Ramallah 02:21 Thu 26 Nov
Palestinian Killed, Israeli Soldier Seriously Injured, In Hebron 00:12 Thu 26 Nov
Jewish-Only Cities to Evict Thousands of Palestinians 22:38 Wed 25 NovFull Story