Protesters Suffer from Teargas Fired by Israeli Soldiers in Salfit

October 20, 2014 2:09 AM IMEMC Agencies Israeli attacks, News Report, Salfit 0
20 Oct
2:09 AM

Clashes took place between Palestinian youth and Israeli soldiers who stormed Dakhliya street, in Salfit, Sunday morning, with many reported cases of tear gas inhalation, including journalist Khalid Maali.According to the Palestinian News Netwrok, eye witnesses stated that five Israeli units invaded the city, where they launched teargas and sound grenades on protesters, causing injury and suffocation to Palestinian citizens.

Youth responded by throwing rocks and empty bottles at the soldiers, while chanting slogans against the occupation and the continuous attacks on al-Aqsa Mosque by extremist Israeli settlers.

See 10/19/14 Glick and Settlers Continue to Raid Al-Aqsa Compound

As with many other areas of Palestine, Israeli forces and settler civilians continue to invade numerous Palestinian cities and agricultural lands, attacking civilians and provoking violent clashes every single day of the week.

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