Army Injures Many Palestinians In Hebron

15 May
2:55 AM

Israeli soldiers injured, on Monday at night, many Palestinians in the al-Fawwar refugee camp, south of Hebron, in the southern part of the occupied West Bank.

Media sources in Hebron said the soldiers attacked dozens of Palestinians, who marched against the ongoing illegal occupation, and marking the Nakba Day.

The soldiers fired dozens of gas bombs, and rubber-coated steel bullets, causing scores of Palestinians to suffer the effects of teargas inhalation.

In addition, the army invaded and ransacked many homes in the southern part of Hebron city, and interrogated many Palestinians for hours, after the soldiers claimed shots were fired at their vehicles in the area.

The invasions also targeted the Ibrahimiyya area, and Jaber neighborhood, allegedly looking for the Palestinians who fired at them.

The Palestinians are marking the 70th anniversary of Nakba Day when Israel was created in the historic land of Palestine in 1948.

It is worth mentioning that the soldiers have killed, Monday, 58 Palestinians, including six children and four officers of the Palestinian Ministry of Interior and National Security, in the Gaza Strip, and injured 2771.

During the Nakba of 1948, prior to the establishment of Israel is the historic land of Palestine, 1.4 million Palestinians lived in 1,300 towns and villages all over historical Palestine. More than 800,000 of the population were driven out of their homeland to the West Bank and Gaza Strip, neighboring Arab countries, and other countries of the world.

Thousands of Palestinians were displaced from their homes but stayed within the Israeli-controlled 1948 territory. According to documentary evidence, the Israelis controlled 774 towns and villages and destroyed 531 Palestinian towns and villages during the Nakba. The atrocities of Zionist forces also included more than 70 massacres in which at least 15 thousand Palestinians were killed.

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