ABU DIS: Palestinian activists demolish part of Israeli Apartheid Wall near Ramallah 19May13 May 19, 2013

Ma’an News Agency    -    18 May 2013

FirefoxScreenSnapz003On Friday 17th May, a group of young Palestinians and activists from the popular resistance movements demolished part of the Israeli apartheid wall in Abu Deis village near Ramallah.

One of the activists told PNN that dozens of Palestinians protested near the Israeli apartheid wall that was constructed between the Abu Deis and Al-Eizariya villages and that a number of youngsters demolished part of the wall.

He said that Israeli forces arrived to the area and started firing metal-coated bullets and tear gas canisters toward the protesters.

Several Palestinians were arrested while others were able to enter into Jerusalem while holding Palestinian flags, he added.

A 17-year-old Palestinian was injured with a rubber bullet in his head during clashes erupted in Abu Deis village.

Eyewitness said that the injured boy was transferred to Al-Maqased Hospital in the same village for treatment. His injuries were described as serious and severe after being shot by the IOF, according to medical sources.

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