Palestinian injured during night protest in southern Nablus

Days of Palestine - Nablus

A Palestinian young man was injured on Wednesday evening in Beita town, south of Nablus when the Israeli occupation forces chased local youths, who rallied for their nighttime protest near Mount Sobeih.

According to local sources, the young man was transferred to a hospital for medical assistance.

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The Israeli occupation forces also showered the young protesters with tear gas and opened fire at them during the night skirmishes near the illegal settler outpost on Mount Sobeih.

For several weeks, local youths from Beita town and other areas of Nablus started to organize nightly protest events as a form of popular resistance against the Israeli occupation and its settlers.

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