Bethlehem: ten injured and three kidnapped as Israeli army attack protest

Ten Palestinian school boys were injured and three others kidnapped on Monday as the Israeli troops attacked a protest organized in the southern West Bank city of Bethlehem, to protest the Israeli attacks on Gaza.
School and university students from Bethlehem organized a protest against the ongoing Israeli attacks on the Gaza Strip, which has left a death toll of 116 since last Wednesday.

The protesters marched towards the illegal Israeli wall that separates the city of Bethlehem from Jerusalem; local youths threw stones at a military watch tower.

Soldiers showered the boys with tear gas and live ammunition as jeeps invaded the city from a military camp near the Wall.

Eyewitnesses at the location told IMEMC that five teenagers were injured and another three were kidnapped after troops surrounded them in a house located near the Wall.

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Ghassan Bannoura

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