Army Attacks Nonviolent Protesters In Beit Sahour
Israeli soldiers attacked on Sunday morning a nonviolent protest carried out against the army’s illegal decision to allow Israeli settlers to install a settlement outpost on city land, used as a public park after the army removed its military base from the area.
Local sources reported that the army fired concussion grenades at the protesters who tried to enter land that the army wants to illegally confiscate and make it part of its planned settlement.
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