4 wounded by Israeli bullets, including a child and a journalist, during the suppression of the weekly Kafr Qaddoum march

4 civilians were wounded with rubber-coated metal bullets, including a journalist and a child, and dozens of people suffocated during the occupation army’s suppression of the weekly Kafr Qaddoum march against settlements and demanding the opening of the village street that was closed for more than 17 years in favor of the forcible settlement of Qadumim built on village lands.

The media spokesman in Qalqilya region, Murad Shteiwi, stated that the occupation soldiers attacked the march participants with rubber-coated metal bullets, wounding a 13-year-old child with a metal bullet in the leg and journalist Nasser Shtayyeh with a bullet to the hand, in addition to two other young men who were all treated in the field by the Red Crescent staff Palestinian.

Shteiwi explained that violent confrontations erupted, during which young men confronted the soldiers with stones and burned dozens of rubber tyres, while the soldiers responded by storming the town and climbing the roofs of citizens' houses and ambushed one of the houses under construction, without making any arrests.

The march began after Friday prayers from the Omar Ibn Al-Khattab Mosque, despite the heavy rain, with a wide participation of citizens who chanted patriotic slogans calling for an escalation of popular resistance.

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