Two injuries were reported, and dozens of cases of gas inhalation, when Israeli troops attacked non-violent solidarity protests in six Palestinian villages in the central and southern West Bank.
Photo By Rani Burnat – Bilin
This week, the weekly Friday protests (held in villages located on the path of the Israeli wall) were in solidarity with Palestinian political detainees on hunger strike protesting ill-treatment and the use of administrative detention policies by their Israeli captives.
Protesters declared their solidarity with the prisoners on hunger strike, especially the prisoners Bilal Diab and Thaer Halahla for entering the day 67 of their open hunger strike. In Bil’in village, dozens of local youth have set up a tent in the center of the village, and are on day 15 of a solidarity hunger strike along with over 2,000 imprisoned Palestinians.
In the southern West Bank…
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