[In] the village Bil’in soldiers fired tear gas at the weekly protest there as internationals and Israeli supporters joined the villagers after midday prayers. Many were treated for the effects of tear gas inhalation. Joining the protest today were a group of supporters from the United Kingdom, Ireland and Scotland, who had reached Palestine by bicycles covering a distance of 7 thousand kilometers from London, to advocate and support the Palestinian popular resistance movements
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July 29, 2011The weekly demonstration in Bilin By email@example.com:
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Wounding dozens of cases of suffocation in the process of Bil'in weekly demonstration
Dozens of cases of asphyxia in the weekly march organized by the Popular Committee Against the Wall and Settlements in Bil'in, with the participation of dozens of Palestinians, dozens of international activists, and Israeli peace activists.
Despite the heat of the sun the march started after Friday prayers from the center of the village, they headed to the land that was liberated specially (Abu Lemon) natural reserve . There was progress from several peace activists on bicycles, from the Palestinians, and peace activists waving Palestinian flags Participants chanted in the national march calling an end to the occupation and demolition of the racist wall. Participants used a megaphone to call to the settlers, who are in the illegal settlement (Mattiaho Mzrah) built on the lands of Bil'in, to leave the area and return to their original homeland and return the land to the Palestinians.
As the marchers walked along the concrete wall, they were able to destroy part of the barbed wire located along the concrete wall. On their part, Israeli soldiers fired live bullets and tear gas at demonstrators, injuring several demonstrators, and ignited a fire in the fields adjacent to the wall. The Israeli occupation army chased the participants in the fields and mountains in an attempt to arrest the participants.
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