W. Bank: Protester moderately hurt in anti-security fence riot

W. Bank Protester moder

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December 4, 2009 14:15

 
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Once again, Palestinians, as well as Israeli and foreign left-wing activists, held violent anti-security fence demonstrations west of Ramallah on Friday afternoon. In the village of Na'alin, some 150 protesters hurled rocks at security forces, who responded using crowd dispersal tactics. A protester was moderately wounded in the clashes and was evacuated to a Ramallah hospital. The army said he was one of the instigators of the riot. Eighty people took part in a similar protest in Bil'in.

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