Israeli troops attack Protesters

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 Dozens of Palestinian citizens suffered tear gas suffocation and two were injured at noon Friday when the Israeli occupation forces (IOF) attacked them using grenades and rubber bullets in the villages of Bil’in and Masara, and Silwan district of occupied Jerusalem.

The Israeli troops attacked the weekly peaceful anti-wall protesters in Bil’in, Ramallah district, as they were marching towards the segregation wall.

Eyewitnesses said the troops used wastewater mixed with chemicals to disperse the protesters.

Masara village, south of Bethlehem, also witnessed a similar march and clashes between Israeli soldiers and Palestinian young men.

In Silwan in occupied Jerusalem, Israeli soldiers brutally assaulted young men protesting Judaization activities in Jerusalem after the Friday prayers. One of the young men was seriously injured in his spine when soldiers fired at him with rubber bullets.

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