Israeli forces, on Wednesday, detained the head of the Popular Struggle Coordination Committee activist, Munther Amira, while he participated in a resistance march at the northern entrance of  Bethlehem city.

PNN sources said that Israeli occupation forces took into custody the activist Munther Amira, at the northern entrance to the Bethlehem, during his participation in a march organized by the factions, the Palestine Women’s Union and other popular organizations in Bethlehem, against the US decision to declare Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.

Soldiers fired tear gas and sound grenades towards the protesters, causing them to flee the scene.

IOF arrest activist in Bethlehem

IOF arrest popular struggle activist, Munther Amira during protest in Bethlehem

Posted by PNNEnglish on Wednesday, December 27, 2017

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