IDF, settlers clash with Palestinians near Nablus

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January 3, 2015 15:25

 
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Hundreds of Palestinians demonstrated between the Palestinian town of Akraba and the settler outpost of Gidonim on Saturday claiming that herding animals belonging to their villagers had been stolen, the IDF said. 

Security personnel for the outpost who encountered the demonstrators called the IDF for support after rocks were thrown at them, the IDF said.

Both the IDF and the settlers shot warning shots in the air in order to disperse at the demonstrators. The Palestinians claimed that one person was injured in the hand by the gunfire, and the IDF was checking claim.  

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