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Injuries reported in clashes with IOF in Yatta

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Gaza8may1AL-KHALIL (PNIC):-Dozens of Palestinians suffered breathing problems after inhaling Israeli-fired tear gas in clashes that erupted between Palestinian youths and Israeli Occupation Forces (IOF) in Yatta town, south of al-Khalil city, Tuesday evening.

The coordinator of the Popular Committee against Separation Wall south of al-Khalil, Ratib al-Jabour, said that clashes broke out after dozens of Jewish settlers stormed and performed Talmudic rituals at al-Karmel Public Park in the city.

IOF soldiers also gave chase to farmers on the bypass Road 60. A number of agricultural tractors were confiscated. Meanwhile, a barrier was also erected at Zeef area where Palestinian cars were stopped and searched.

 
 
 
 
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