KEEPING THE IOF OCCUPIED: RESISTANCE IS NOT FUTILE
11 July, 2014 Ma’an
Fourteen Palestinians were injured with live fire and rubber-coated bullets during clashes in the villages of Ramallah and el-Bireh that continued until early Friday.
In al-Janiya village, in western Ramallah, nine youths were hit with live fire during clashes between Palestinian youths and Israeli soldiers.
A Ma’an reporter said that Israeli forces raided the village while shooting tear-gas canisters and live fire injuring several when youths replied with rocks, Molotov cocktails and empty bottles.
Israeli soldiers shut the main road to the village, prevented vehicles from entering or leaving and set up ambushes for youths.
Villagers called for ambulances when many injuries were reported and ambulances could not enter the village because the road was shut.
Clashes erupted Thursday night in Deir Abu Mashaal village, in northwestern Ramallah, between Israeli forces and Palestinian youths, who targeted a military vehicle, threw rocks and tossed Molotovs at soldiers, a Ma’an reporter said.
Israeli forces shut the main road to the village, shot live fire, rubber-coated steel bullets and tear-gas canisters at the youths injuring six.
In Jabal al-Tawil area in eastern el-Bireh two youths were injured with rubber-coated steel bullets and four were detained during clashes with Israeli forces late Thursday, a Ma’an reporter said.
Youths clashed with Israeli soldiers “guarding” the Pesagot settlement in al-Bireh.
Youths threw rocks at Israeli soldiers while they shot tear-gas bombs and rubber-coated bullets.
Three youths were injured with rubber-coated bullets and dozens were suffocated with tear-gas bombs during clashes with Israeli soldiers at the eastern entrance of Nilin on Thursday.
A Ma’an reporter said that clashes erupted between youths and Israeli soldiers and the entrance of Nilin, on the main road that settlers use.
Youths threw rocks at soldiers and settlers.
Israeli soldiers shot rubber-coated bullets and tear-gas bombs at the youths.
Israeli forces were unable to raid the village when youths set up barricades on the main street and threw rocks and Molotovs at soldiers.