Bil’in: Disabled Palestinian child injured

May 21st, 2010 | Posted in Boycott, Palestine
    21-5-2010 Disabled child injured, three Israeli activists arrested in Bil’in


Photo Muhammed Muheisen. Palestinian demonstrator in a wheelchair reacts as he get caught in tear gas fired by Israeli troops, during a demonstration against Israel’s separation barrier in the West Bank village Bil’in.

A disabled child were injured and three Israeli activists arrested today, And dozens of cases of suffocation as a result of inhaling the tear gas fired by the Israeli Occupation Forces in the village of Bil’in, today along with internationals and Israiles activists people from the village run the weekly march against the wall and settlements in the 62 anniversary of the Nakba.

The Participants in the march, raised Palestinian flags, and banners call for boycott of the settlements, and another condemning the attack on the houses of Jerusalem, and calls to stop the arrests and the release of all detainees and lifting the siege on the Gaza Strip.

The demonstrators marched in the village chanting national calling for unity and rejection of differences, and confirmed the need for a resounding Palestinian and chanting slogans against the occupation and the wall and settlements, describing the suffering of the Palestinian people by occupation as catastrophes is not the latest aggression against our people in Gaza, or at of the wall and settlements, the demolition of homes and the isolation of Jerusalem and judaization, and the threat to the Palestinian people to kill, capture and displacement.

The march headed towards the wall, where a military force of the Israeli occupation army is gathered behind the concrete blocks behind the wall, after they closed the gate in the barrier with barbed wire. When the protesters try to cross about the land behind the wall owned by the people of the village, the army fired stun grenades and rubber-coated metal bullets and tear gas density at them and chase the protesters among the olive groves to the outskirts of the village.

Resulted an injury to a disabled child called Tarek Adnan Abo Rahma (14) in his feet by a gas canister, and the arrest of three Israelis activists, including a journalist, called Israel Putrman (62), Tal Shapira (26), and Hmutal Artois (32), and burning large agricultural areas, owned by Nasser Abu mercy as a result of fire tear gas against demonstrators.

The Popular Committee Against the Wall and settlements valued official and popular efforts together to announce the campaign door to door for a boycott products and goods of settlements, announced this campaign in Bil’in today the province to promote a culture among citizens.

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