In Ni´lin, some 150 demonstrators gathered after the prayer and marched to the apartheid Wall. The demonstration opened with 20 minutes of slogan chanting near the gate. Peculiarly enough, the army did not retaliate. Soon after, some of the village youth began throwing stones at the fortifications hiding the soldiers. For long minutes, the army chose again not to retaliate. As more stone throwers joined the field, little by little the soldiers started using tear gas. But still, much less than usual. Knowing that this relative calmness from the soldiers is usually but a preparation to some fierce surprise, the experienced youth were not tempted to take heavy risks. As the demonstration continued, the military violence gradually increased and rising amounts of tear gas flooded the fields. All of the sudden, the gas was joined by live ammunition shot at the demonstrators. Ever since June 5, 2009 when Akil Sadek Srur was murdered by this gun in a Ni ´lin demonstration, the soldiers have hesitantly used this weapon and the following demonstrations "only" counted few wounded from these bullets. Today, the careful approach proved itself, and despite the military's thirst for blood only two light injuries were listed. The demonstration did not die, and many soldiers invaded the fields forcing it closer to the village. Luckily enough, although the soldiers attempted to carry out arrests and shot dozens of live bullets, neither injuries nor arrests were made. After re-gathering on a hilltop, the demonstrators decided to end the weekly protest. In a media release the army announced that due to the severe damage inflicted to the wall in the prior demonstration, the shortly illegal firing of live ammunition at unarmed demonstrators is now "legal" again
مضمون المقالات، المقابلات، أو الافلام يعبر عن الرأي الشخصي لمؤلفها وفلسطين في الذاكرة غير مسؤولة عن هذه الآراء. بقدر الامكان تحاول فلسطين في الذاكرة التدقيق في صحة المعلومات ولكن لا تضمن صحتها.