4 People wounded by Israeli bullets during the suppression of the Kafr Qaddoum march

4 Young men were wounded by Israeli bullets during the suppression of the weekly anti-settlement march in Kafr Qaddoum, which was called by the Fatah movement in support of President Mahmoud Abbas, in conjunction with his speech to Palestine at the United Nations General Assembly today, Friday.

Murad Shteiwi, the media spokesman in the “Fatah” region of Qalqilya, stated that the occupation soldiers attacked the participants with heavy metal bullets, which resulted in the injury of 4 young men with various injuries, who were treated on the field by the Palestinian Red Crescent crew, in addition to dozens of cases of suffocation among the citizens.

Shteiwi explained that violent confrontations erupted in the town after the occupation army stormed it after the start of the march, during which the young men were able to obstruct the soldiers' advance with stones, while the soldiers responded by firing live bullets, storming the homes of citizens, climbing their roofs and using them for their snipers.

Shteiwi indicated that this and other marches that were launched in Qalqilya Governorate and the rest of the country's governorates expressed the support and support of President Mahmoud Abbas, who will deliver an important speech before the United Nations General Assembly this afternoon, Palestine time.

The march began after Friday prayers, with the participation of hundreds of townspeople who chanted patriotic slogans in support of the leadership in its international endeavors and its diplomatic battle to achieve our people's right to freedom and self-determination.

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