Protests, clashes renewed on Nakba day 

PNN/ Bethlehem/

Palestinians renewed marches and protests on the 70th Nakba day, one day after Israel has killed 61 peaceful protesters on the Gaza border while the US was opening its embassy in Jerusalem.

The day was announced as a general strike in all institutions.

Clashes broke out Tuesday morning between the citizens and the occupation forces in the areas of ​central Hebron and the northern entrance of the city of Qalqilya, Bethlehem and Ramallah.

In Hebron, youths blocked the roads leading to Bab al-Zawia area with stones and containers. Soldiers surrounded dozens of houses and buildings in the area and fired sound bombs in the area.

In the north of Bethlehem, local sources reported that a military force arrested the Palestinian policeman Munir Atallah al-Titi from Fawwar camp at the Container checkpoint north of Bethlehem.

In addition, a protest headed towards 300 checkpoint, where IOF immediately fired teargas and rubber bullets towards protesters.

PNN reporter said that photojournalist Musa Al-Shaer was wounded by a rubber bullet in the back.

Palestinians resume Nakba march

Nakba march at the northern entrance of Bethlehem

Posted by PNNEnglish on Tuesday, 15 May 2018

In Al-Bireh, confrontations erupted after the start of the march of return and the occupation forces suppressed the demonstrators at the northern entrance of the city.
Clashes also broke out on the northern entrance of Qalqiliya in more than one point of contact in Qalqiliya.