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Palestinians injured by settlers and soldiers south of Nablus

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Gaza16Sep1NABLUS (PNIC):-Several Palestinian citizens suffered injuries during clashes with Israeli soldiers and settlers on Saturday evening in Urif village, south of Nablus city in the occupied West Bank.

Palestinian official Ghassan Daglas, specialist in settlement affairs, said that a horde of Jewish settlers stormed the village and physically assaulted an elderly man called Salim Shehadeh as he was grazing his cattle and wounded him.

Daglas also said that local young men responded to the settlers’ assault and confronted them before Israeli soldiers intervened and attacked them.

He added three young men suffered live and rubber bullet injuries, while another was injured when a settler hit him in the head with an iron rod.

 
 
 
 
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