Many Palestinian young men suffer injuries in clashes with zionist regime

images_News_2014_03_15_clashes-0_300_0Dozens of Palestinian young men on Friday suffered injuries during clashes with Israeli soldiers in different areas of Ramallah city and in Beit Ummar town to the north of Al-Khalil city.

Local sources told the Palestinian information center (PIC) that violent clashes broke out in Beitain village to the east of Ramallah between angry young protestors outraged by the killing of their friend Saji Darwish last Monday.

The young protestors also hurled stones at Israeli cars near Beit El settlement, which were established on Palestinian-owned land in the village.

Three protestors suffered bullet injuries and were rushed to hospital for medical treatment.

The Israeli occupation forces (IOF) also violently attacked anti-wall protestors in Bil’in village, west of Ramallah, and caused injuries to many of them. A Norwegian female activist lost consciousness during the attack.

To the north of Ramallah, dozens of Palestinian young men in Nabi Saleh village engaged in hand-to-hand fighting with Israeli soldiers.

Palestinian and foreign activists participated in Nabi Saleh march to protest the confiscation of the village’s lands and the takeover of the village’s spring by the nearby Israeli settlement, Halamish.

Several participants in the march suffered injuries during the clashes with the IOF.

In Silwad town to the east of Ramallah, three young men suffered bullet injuries during clashes with Israeli soldiers.

In Al-Khalil, 16-year-old Mohamed Abu Ayyash suffered a serious bullet injury in his head during confrontations with Israeli soldiers at the eastern entrance to Beit Ummar town.

Others also suffered tear gas and bullet injuries during Beit Ummar events, which broke out after the Friday prayers and continued into the evening.

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