Dozens suffocated as the occupation suppressed the weekly Beit Dajan march

Dozens of citizens were injured today, Friday, by suffocation with tear gas, as a result of the Israeli occupation forces’ suppression of the weekly peaceful march in the village of Beit Dajan, east of the city of Nablus in the northern West Bank, which has been continuing for more than a year, in refusal to establish a settlement outpost in the area. Northeast of the village.
Local sources told Al-Quds.com, "A peaceful march with the participation of dozens started today, in front of the Great Mosque in the village of Beit Dajan, and headed, as usual, to the northeastern region of the village, as part of a series of activities refusing to establish a settlement outpost there for more than a year, However, the occupation forces suppressed the marchers when they reached the Al-Thaqara area near the settlement outpost.
The sources added, "During the suppression of the march, the occupation forces fired stun grenades and tear gas at the march participants, causing dozens of injuries to suffocate with tear gas, including the ambulance crew, who were treated on the ground."
The same sources indicated that clashes erupted after the peaceful march was suppressed, and the occupation soldiers pursued the young men on the slopes of the nearby mountains, while the youths fired a tear gas grenade they had controlled, at the occupation soldiers, while the confrontations ended after that.

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