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Palestinian officials among dozens of protesters attacked by Zionist troops

Zionist regime’s troops fired rubber-coated rounds and stun grenades at the protesters and injured over 30.

Dozens of Palestinian nonviolent protesters were injured by rubber-coated rounds while others suffocated from teargas, after Zionist regime’s occupation forces attacked them while demonstrating against the colonial Zionist settlements near the town of Salfit, in the center of the occupied West Bank.

 

Zionist regime’s occupation troops fired rubber-coated rounds and stun grenades at the protesters to disperse them, injuring over 30 protesters and causing many cases of suffocation from gas inhalation.

 

Mahmoud al-Aloul, Deputy Chairman of ruling Fatah Movement, and Walid Assaf, the Head of the Palestinian Government's Committee Against Settlements and the Apartheid Wall, were among the protesters who suffocated after being attacked with teargas by the occupation forces.

 

The protesters were holding a nonviolent demonstration against Zionist regime’s plan to confiscate more Palestinian land in the area for the benefit of the Israeli colonial settlement enterprise. In recent weeks, illegal Zionist settlers placed caravans in the same area in a prelude to establish a new settlement.




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