13 injured, including a child and a photojournalist at the Kafr Kaddoum march

On Friday, 13 palestinians were injured in clashes in Kafr Qaddum, east of Qalqilya.


All the injuries were dealt with on the ground, and varied as follows: eight gas injuries, four rubber injuries and a stone injury.


According to local sources, the Israeli army brutally suppressed the participants in the weekly Kafr Kaddoum march by storming a military bulldozer in the town, causing injuries among the citizens, including Palestinian satellite cameraman Mohammed Inaya, and a 9-year-old child, Momen Murad Shteiwi.


The mosques of the village zoomed in on loudspeakers to repel the brutal attack carried out by the occupation, the use of live-fire suppression tools, tear gas, metal and rubber bullets, and occupation patrols that pursued the participants and tried to run them over.
"The occupation is using all the tools of repression to terrorize the participants in an attempt to kill the dead," said Mourad Shteiwi, coordinator of the weekly march, adding that this crime requires all human rights associations to intervene and document it as a war crime."

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