On Saturday, a number of Palestinians and foreign activists were wounded as a result of the Israeli Occupation Forces (IOF) suppressing a peaceful demonstration in Duma, a village near Nablus where extremist Israeli settlers torched two homes and killed an 18-month old baby, Ali Saad Dawabsheh, and crtically injured his family, on Friday morning.
The demonstration began at the burned-down home of the Dawabsheh family, the site of the martyrdom of the young toddler. The march was protesting against this particular settler attack and the recurring settler violence in the area.
The agency reported that Israeli soldiers fired towards the protesters with rubber-coated metal bullets and tear gas — resulting in multiple injuries among the crowd of demonstrators.
In addition, hundreds of Palestinians living inside the green line today have also protested the terrorist arson by Israeli settlers. The protesters were raising Palestinian flags in anger, demanding that the attackers are punished for their crime.