Six Palestinians are injured in new Israeli crackdown | News
At least six Palestinian civilians were injured this Friday by rubber-coated bullets, and another 30 were injured by tear gas inhalation, after the new Israeli repression in territories of the occupied West Bank.
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In another day of protests against the illegal occupation of Palestine by the Zionist regime, soldiers fired on demonstrators in the village of Kafr Qaddum, in the West Bank province of Qalqilia, leaving a balance of four wounded by projectiles, in addition to causing dozens of cases of gas inhalation suffocation.
The Palestinian Red Crescent explained that all the wounded were treated at the time of the confrontation, and the gunshot wounds transferred to the nearest hospitals.
Meanwhile, in the city of Beita, Nablus province, the forces of the Zionist regime injured two 13-year-old Palestinian children, hit in their limbs, to which dozens of suffocated by tear gas inhalation are also added.
These Friday demonstrations against the violation of human rights represented by the expansion and construction of illegal Israeli settlements on Palestinian soil take place in Kafr Qaddum, Beita, and other regions of the West Bank occupied for years.
This is a figure between 500,000 and 600,000 Israeli settlers who live in exclusive settlements for Jews as a violation, moreover, of the principles of international law.
Palestinian Prime Minister Mohammad Shtayyeh condemned the Israeli government’s approval of the construction of 4,000 new settlement units in the West Bank, as well as the demolition of 12 rural villages in the Masafer Yatta region, southern Hebron province. ; and he said that this measure could have consequences.
“These plans constitute a threat to security and peace in the region, which is in a state of tension due to the policies and practices of persecution, racism and ethnic cleansing applied by the occupation government against the Palestinian people,” he detailed in a statement.