Liquid Used in Alleged West Bank ‘Acid Attack’ Determined to be Vinegar

December 16, 2014 4:54 AM IMEMC Agencies Bethlehem, Israeli attacks, News Report 0
16 Dec
4:54 AM

The Jerusalem Post has reported that the acid thrown by a Palestinian on six Israelis in the occupied West Bank, Friday, was actually vinegar, according to Channel 2.The victims were reportedly taken to Hadassah University Medical Center with light injuries and released from the hospital the next day.

A Palestinian man from Nahhalin town, near Bethlehem, was shot and seriously injured by Israeli settler fire, after soldiers alleged that he had sprayed an Israeli settler with acid.

The indiscriminate nature of attacks on Palestinian civilians by Israeli forces and illegal settlers is consistent with colonial Israeli repression and is widely documented.

See 12/13/14 Palestinian Seriously Injured Near Bethlehem for further details on this story.

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