BIL’IN: Dozens of people were injured from asphyxia in weekly demonstration 17Dec10 December 18, 2010

Bil’in, Ramallah -  17 December 2010

Today dozens of people were injured from asphyxia as a result of inhaling the tear gas due to the clashes that took place in the village of Bil’in. Along with the peace activist and foreigners who camed to give solidariety to Bil’in people especialy after the decision of the Israeli Defence Force  to suppress the weekly march against the wall and the settlements.

The march is called by the Popular Committee Against the Wall in Bil’in, and did partecipate and join this march many people form Bil’in village and many peace activists,Israelis all of them here to bring and show their solidariety to Bil’in people and case.

All the partecipant in the march raised the Palestinian flags and  pictures of the prisoner activist Abdullah Abo Rahme, one of the coordinator of the Popular Committee Against the Wall and settlements. They shouted slogans condemning the policies of settlements occupation, they also shouted against the policies of  repession against the Palestinian prisoners in the Israeli jails, and other condemning the daily attacks on the Palestinians houses in Jerusalem. The claimed  also the stop to the policy of deportation and exclusion, as recently happened to  the Palestinian deputy Abu Tir who was moved from Jerusalem. Also the slogans demand the stop of the continuos arrests and    to  releas of all the detainees and prisoners and in particular the prisoners from the popular resistance and last but not least to lift the siege on the Gaza Strip.

The demonstrators marched in the village street  singing the national songs and slogans, calling for unity and rejecting all kind of disunite and differences. They underlined and confirmed  the need for  a resounding Palestinian resistance against the occupation and the release of all the prisoners and the freedom for Palestine.

The march headed toward the wall, where the military force of the israeli occupation army were waiting for them behind cubes and block of cements and all along the wall, and when the protesters tried to cross the wall to reach the lands owned by the people of the town the army started to fire sound bombs and rubber bullet and tear gas in all the directions, result of the fire many people where injured from asphyxia.

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