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Published on May 15, 2011
Palestinian commemorating Nakba (the catastrophe), meaning 63 years of Israeli repression and loss of Palestinian land, were demonstrating peacefully outside Ramallah on the West Bank. They were met by heavily armed Israeli forces who stopped the demonstration with endless rounds of tear gas and rubber coated steel bullets. Suddenly Israeli army and police made a surprise attack, injuring and arresting several people. Police in plain clothes wielding pistols while talking the arrested to waiting cars, which is shown in this video. Photo: Petter Lydén
Update: A report from the Palestinian Red Crescent said two protesters were hit with live rounds, 15 were injured by rubber-coated steel bullets, and 120 suffered tear-gas inhalation at Qalandiya.