7 Palestinians were injured by ‘Israel’ in protests over annexation

At least seven Palestinians were injured when Israeli occupation forces (IOF) opened fire at protesting citizens in Atouf village in the northern Jordan Valley.

Abdullah Besharat, head of Atouf’s village council, said that a Palestinian citizen suffered a rubber bullet injury, while six others choked on tear gas during the attack.

Besharat said that the confrontations flared up when the IOF stopped and detained dozens of Palestinians, who were heading to Bardala village to take part in a popular conference against the annexation, at al-Hamra and Tayasir checkpoints.

Source: PIC


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