Dozens of Palestinian protesters injured in clash with Israeli forces
More than 44 Palestinians have been injured in Nablus as Israeli forces targeted protesters voicing anger at Israeli settlement expansion policies on Friday.
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Palestine's Wafa news agency reported that Israeli soldiers attacked young protesters in Beita town and the village of Beit Dajan.
This is while 41 protesters suffered breathing issues due to inhalation of tear gas and three others were injured by rubber bullets and while escaping from Israeli forces.
Both villages have been scene of daily anti-settlement rallies over the past months.
Tel Aviv regime's settlement expansion have increased since December 2016 when the US President Donald Trump took office despite the UN resolution 2334 and the Security Council condemnation of Israeli settlement activities in the occupied territories.