A short report from Ni'lin
The weekly protest against the wall in Ni'lin began by marching to the area looking over one of the bends in the wall route. the protest then continued west, to the section of the wall where the concrete wall has not been erected (yet..) Soldiers fired tear gas, rubber bullets, and the stinking "skunk" while some of the protesters threw stones and others protested in other ways. Border police crossed the wall twice, triggering temporary withdrawals, and a group of soldiers entered the wadi in which a group of youth was operating. the protesters the returned to the wall, contiinued the protest untill the afternoon, and then dispersed. no injuries were recorded, other than tear gas damage.
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