Confrontations between rioters and security forces in Ni'ilin, Bil'in

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October 23, 2009 14:51


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Palestinian, Israeli and foreign protesters rioted on Friday in confrontations with security forces near the village of Ni'ilin. Security forces responded with dispersal measures. Dozens of Palestinians and left-wing activists, among them Israeli draft-dodgers, protested the security barrier in the village of Bil'in, throwing rocks and Molotov cocktails. Security forces responded with rubber bullets and stun grenades. Army radio reported eight protesters injured. The protesters marked three years since the beginnings of demonstrations in the village.

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