Palestinians hold non-violent protests in four West Bank villages
This week, non-violent weekly protests in four villages were in support of UN resolution 194 and in support of the statehood bid at the UN later this month.
In the central West Bank, dozens were treated for the effects of tear gas inhalation when Israeli soldiers attacked the weekly protests in Bil’in village. International and Israeli supporters, as well as political leaders, joined villagers after the midday prayers and marched to the lands were Israel is building the wall.
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