Days of Palestine – Nablus
At least 26 Palestinian protesters were injured by Israeli occupation forces on Friday in Beita and Beit Dajan villages in Nablus in the occupied West Bank while participating in the weekly anti-occupation protests.
The Palestinian Red Crescent said at least 26 Palestinians were injured by the Israeli occupation forces during the peaceful protests against Israel’s occupation in Beita and Beit Dajan villages.
The forces attacked the protesters by intensively firing rubber-coated metal bullets and sound bombs to disperse them.
Among them are 13 people who got injured with rubber-coated metal bullets.
The Israeli occupation soldiers also attacked an ambulance belonging to the Red Crescent Society with rubber-metal bullets, causing damage to the back windshield and injuring a doctor in his shoulder while he was rescuing injured people in Beit Dajan.
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Beit Dajan and Beita villages are the sites of weekly protests against the Israeli occupation and settlement expansion, which are often suppressed by Israeli forces.
While Beit Dajan village lands spread across approximately 6,650 acres, according to the Applied Research Institute – Jerusalem, large swathes of the territory east of the village have been confiscated by the occupation state, labeled military zones, and turned into the site for military bases and settlements, which are illegal under international law.
A large part of the village lands was seized for the construction of Al-Hamra and Mekhora (Mehola) illegal settlements, east, and southeast of the village, in 1971 and 1973.
Regarding Beita, in May 2021, a group of Israeli settlers set up caravans on Jabal Sabih, which lies on the southern outskirts of Beita, and comprises an estimated 30 percent of Beita’s entire land area, with the help of Israeli forces, who have since prevented any Palestinian access to the area.