Israeli Army Uses Tear Gas During The Anti Wall Protest in al-Ma’sara

November 6, 2010 2:05 AM IMEMC News News Report, Non-violent action, West Bank 0
06 Nov
2:05 AM

On Friday, a number of civilians were treated for the effects of tear gas inhalation during the weekly anti wall protest in the village of al-Ma’sara, near Bethlehem.Like every Friday, villagers along with international and Israeli supporters marched from the village mosque, after the midday prayer, towards the village lands were Israeli is planning to built the wall.

However, Israeli soldiers stopped protesters at the village entrance, near the settler’s road number 60. Then, troops fired tear gas to the protesters to force them back into the village.

According to Palestine News Network, a number of civilians were treated at the local clinic for tear gas inhalation.

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