Twelve were detained and Three were injured after Israeli forces attacked participants of the Bili'n Conference on the Popular Struggle who toured Hebron.
Hundreds participated in mass protest in the village of Kufer Qaddum this Friday. On Thursday, army raided the village, arresting 20 and causing extensive damages to houses
During the raid, soldiers pillaged jewelry and caused extensive damages to houses. Residents certain that arrests were made to quash protests in the village
Youth Against Settlements' Badia Dweik: “While we were violently evicted, the army treats settlers with kid gloves.”
Israeli security forces fired rubber coated bullets, tear gas and stun grenades to break up groups of Palestinian demonstrators participating in the Global March to Jerusalem.
The detention of Ahmad Shtawi, who was injured and arrested at a demonstration in Kufer Qaddoum last Friday after Israeli soldiers sicced a dog at him, was extended by six days despite his wounds.
The dog bit one of the protesters in the arm, causing a serious wound, and did not release its hold for long minutes, even after its handler ordered it to. An Israeli woman suffered a head injury in Nabi Saleh.
In the past week Israeli forces staged four nighttime raids into the village of Nabi Saleh, arresting three, two of them minors.
Dozens marched at Nabi Saleh this week, marking Women's Day and calling for the release of political prisoner Hana Shalabi. One activist was injured by a tear-gas canister, leading to fracture in his knee. Three were injured by rubber coated bullets.
16 people were injured by rubber-coated bullets shot by Israeli forces and four were arrested during protests in solidarity with administrative detainee, Khader Adnan, who has been on a hunger strike for the past 56 days. Among those injured are 3 journalists and an ambulance driver.
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