Israelis march repressed Palestinians in West Bank
With tear gas, Tel Aviv troops cracked down on protesters (Photo: Reuters)

Israeli regime forces violently dispersed peaceful protest held Friday in rejecting the Palestinian separation wall (Apartheid Wall) built by Tel Aviv in the West Bank.
The demonstration was called Friday by social actors and political organizations to repudiate the separation wall, in order to also express solidarity with Palestinian prisoners held in Israel without trial or charges, and meet two weeks on hunger strike .
With photographs of detainees cried Palestinian justice, as they headed to the separation wall, located east of the West Bank (Palestinian capital). Nevertheless, regime troops prevented the continuation with buckshot and tear gas, leaving a dozens of protesters with symptoms of suffocation.

Moreover, in the village of Beit Ummar, in the city of Al-Khalil (Hebron), the army arrested a Palestinian 19-year-old, identified as Bilal Habes Mohamad, while returning from a ceremony.
“Israeli soldiers arrested near his home Mohamad, his hands were tied, blindfolded and put him in a military vehicle and transferred to an Israeli military camp in the north of Al-Khalil,” said some witnesses.
In the Gaza Strip, were also detained two Palestinian youths, accused of entering the occupied territories. Currently, some 5000 Palestinian prisoners, including women and children, crammed into jails Tel Aviv regime.