Dozens injured during the occupation´s suppression of a march condemning the settlements south of Nablus

Dozens of Palestinians were injured today, Tuesday, after the Israeli occupation forces suppressed a demonstration condemning the settlements south of Nablus (in the northern occupied West Bank).

Local sources said that the occupation forces fired tear gas canisters at the participants in a march organized by the residents of the town of "Beita", condemning the construction of a settlement road on the lands of the towns of "Beta" and "Hawara", south of Nablus.

He pointed out that a number of them suffocated, and an ambulance of medical relief in Nablus was targeted by a gas bomb, which shattered the windshield.

The people of southern Nablus participated in a march condemning the settlements, which was called by the national action factions in the Nablus governorate, the factional coordination committee in the towns of Hawara and Beita, and the Committee for Resistance of the Wall and Settlement, against the construction of the settlement road.

According to official data, about 650,000 Israelis live in 164 settlements and 124 outposts in the occupied West Bank and Jerusalem.

 

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