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Published on Feb 10, 2012
10-2-2012 Fri support of prisoners
Three civilians were wounded in addition to dozens of cases of asphyxiation by poison gas in the village of Bil'in west of Ramallah.
Three civilians were injured, Abdullah Abu Rahma (40 years -- he is the coordinator of the Popular Committee Against the Wall and Settlements in Bil'in) was shot by a rubber bullet in the right leg, Rani Bornat (30 years) was hit on the head by a gas canister. They were treated on the ground. Isa Halim (24) broke his hand and was transferred to the Congregation for Palestine Medical Center. In addition to the injuries, there were dozens of cases of asphyxiation by poison gas in the weekly march organized by the Popular Committee Against the Wall in Bil'in. The march was also in support of the Palestinian prisoners and the hunger strike of the captive Sheikh Khader Adnan for 55th day , with the participation of a delegation from Britain, dozens of Palestinians , international and Israeli peace activists. The march began after Friday prayers from the center of the village. The destination was the land that was liberated where participants raised Palestinian flags and pictures of the captive Khader Adnan, banners drawn with pictures of the captive leader Marwan Barghouti. The participants chanted national slogans calling for the departure of the occupation and destruction of the apartheid wall and give a resounding Palestinian claim to free the prisoners and the internationalization of their case . Upon the arrival of the participants to the Abu Lemon area, some of them were able to get beyond the wire. They also burned the tyres next to the wall of apartheid, then the soldiers who were behind the concrete wall shot rubber bullets , stun grenades and tear gas canisters toward the participants, which led to the injury of three citizens and dozens of participants were suffocated and, during which young people threw stones at the soldiers.