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Civilians and reporters wounded in IOF shooting
Civilians and reporters wounded in IOF shooting
Even peaceful demonstrations prompt trigger happy IOF's
Monday, March 8,2010 15:42
PIC&Ikhwanweb

Three reporters and a number of Palestinian citizens were wounded when the Israeli occupation forces (IOF) opened gunfire at them during a peaceful demonstration in Beit Jala west of Bethlehem on Sunday.

Local sources said that the IOF soldiers fired rubber bullets and teargas bombs at the march that was denouncing the bulldozing of citizens' cultivated land lots in Krimzman area to amend the path of the separation wall.

They said that the injured reporters were cameramen and the wounded citizens were mainly teenagers.

tags: IOF / IOF / Israeli War Crimes / Israeli Attacks / Israeli Violation / Israeli Terrorism / Israeli Occupation Forces / IOF Soldiers / Separation Wall
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