Rocks, Molotov cocktail hurled at security forces in West Bank protest

Rocks, Molotov cocktail

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November 20, 2009 14:10

 
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Once again, Palestinians as well as left wing Israeli and foreign activists held violent protests against the security barrier west of Ramallah. Some 300 activists gathered in Na'alin, where rocks and a Molotov cocktail were hurled at security forces, who responded using crowd dispersal tactics. Two of the protesters were injured and were evacuated to a Ramallah hospital in moderate and light-moderate condition respectively. Likud MKs Ophir Akunis, Ze'ev Elkin and Zion Pinyan were at the scene in a show of support for the security forces. A similar protest was held in nearby Bil'in

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