Soldiers Attack Nonviolent Protest Near Hebron
Israeli soldiers attacked, Saturday, a nonviolent protest held in solidarity with the secretary of the National and Popular Committee in Beit Ummar town, near the southern West Bank city of Hebron, who was kidnapped by the army during the weekly nonviolent protest last week.
The protesters marched from the Ath-Thaher area in Beit Ummar and headed towards Karmie Tzur illegal settlement, built on privately-owned Palestinian lands that belong to residents of Beit Ummar and the nearby town of Halhoul.
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