- Published on Sunday, 08 July 2012 04:13
On Friday, 6th July, a demonstrator was injured, dozens of asphyxiation due to tear gas inhalation in the village of Bil'in west of Ramallah.
A young Palestinian, Mu'awya al-Khatib (17 years) was injured by a metal bullet in his foot, and dozens of suffocation cases among protesters due to poison gas inhalation in the repression of the Israeli occupation forces for Bil'in's weekly march against the apartheid wall and settlement.
The occupation soldiers shot metal bullets, stun grenades and tear gas towards the protesters upon their arrival to the liberated area, which known as ' Abu Lemon', near the apartheid wall, and they also sprayed waste water mixed with chemicals toward the Participants, which resulted the injury of al-Khatib, and the burning of large areas of land planted with olive trees.
The march organized by the Popular Committee Against the Wall and settlement in Bil'in, included Participation of a Brazilian delegation, dozens of Palestinian, Israeli and foreigner peace activists. The march comes on the eighth anniversary of the International Court of Justice in The Hague, which recognized the illegitimacy of the apartheid wall and called to remove it.