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Israeli forces attack Palestinian rally, injuring about 20 people

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Palestinians hold weekly anti-reconciliation rallies in various areas of the occupied West Bank.

Under international law, all Jewish settlements in the occupied Palestinian territory are considered illegal. (AA)

At least 22 Palestinians protesting Israeli illegal settlements have been injured by Israeli forces in various parts of the occupied West Bank.

In a statement on Friday, the Palestinian Red Crescent Company said its medical team had treated 19 Palestinians in the village of Beita in the south of Nables, north of the occupied west bank.

He added that four Palestinians were injured by rubber-coated bullets and 15 suffered from inhalation of tear gas.

The village of Beita is the source of a clash with Israeli troops, protesting virtually every day that Israel has confiscated Palestinian property to develop an Israeli settlement on Mount Subey near Beita.

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Weekly protest

Meanwhile, Eid Abu Monshar of the Red Crescent Company told Anadolu Agency that three Palestinians were injured by Israeli forces in the city of Hebron in the southwest coast during a rally protesting Israeli settlement policy.

Palestinians perform weekly demonstrations of illegal Israeli settlements in various parts of the occupied West Bank, especially in the villages of Beita, Beitdajan, and Kafurkadum.

Israeli and Palestinian estimates indicate that approximately 650,000 settlers live in 164 settlements and 116 outposts on the west bank of the Jordan River, including occupied Jerusalem.

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Source: TRT World and distributors

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