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Israel’s settler gangs open fire near Bethlehem school

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Gaza11Oct2BETHLEHEM (PNIC):-Israeli settlers on Monday morning opened fire in the vicinity of a Palestinian elementary school east of Bethlehem province, in the southern occupied West Bank, causing panic among schoolchildren.

According to anti-wall activist Hasan Brijiyah, a gang of Israeli settlers approached al-Tahadi School in the area of Beit Taamer, to the east of Bethlehem, while workers were opening a road to facilitate students’ access to the institution, before they opened fire in the air, terrorizing the children.

Brijiyah described the assault as an act of bullying aiming to terrorize the locals and force Palestinian students out of the school.

The targeted school had reportedly been demolished by the Israeli occupation authorities on more than one occasion in favor of projected settlement plans.

 
 
 
 
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