Occupied West Bank (In Palestine Today)- The Israeli army on Saturday shot a protester during the repression of a peaceful anti-settlement protest in western Ramallah. It also forced a family in Bethlehem to demolish its house and farm, threatening the family of being fined if it rejects the Israeli order.
Israeli forces cracked down on a peaceful protest in Ni’lin in western Ramallah and used live ammunition against the protesters, wounding a young man in his leg with three bullets.
Israeli forces also used tear gas against the protesters, leaving dozens of suffocation cases behind.
The residents of Ni’lin have gone in a peaceful protest against settlers’ attempts to confiscated lands in Jabal Al Alam. The settlers had set up caravans in the area, preparing to steal it.
Meanwhile, the Israeli army forced Mahmoud Al Wahsh’s family in Al Fureisis in Bethlehem to demolish their house and farm or, otherwise, they would be fined.
The 60 square meters house and 40 square meters farms will be demolished under the pretext of being built without a permit.
On Friday, Israeli illegal settlers had stolen a 3 dunums land and a water well in the area and turned them to a recreational place.