Soldier lightly hurt as stun grenade explodes in his hand in Bil'in riot

Soldier lightly hurt as

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October 30, 2009 15:10

 
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An IDF soldier was lightly injured on Friday afternoon when a stun grenade exploded in his hand during an anti-security fence riot in Bil'in. Dozens of protesters hurled rocks at security forces in the West Bank village, as well as during a similar demonstration in nearby Na'alin. The forces responded using crowd dispersal tactics.

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