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Pictures| Israeli soldiers wound four protesters, settlers chop off trees

Occupied West Bank (QNN)- Four protesters were wounded with rubber-coated metal bullets on Friday during Israeli repression of a weekly peaceful protest in Kafr Qaddum, while a group of Israeli settlers chopped off trees and demolished an agricultural room in Turmus Ayya.

The coordinator of the Popular resistance in Kafr Qaddum, Murad Ishtewi, said the Israeli army opened fire and threw tear gas canisters at the protesters, sounding four of them with bullets, including an 18-year-old young guy, who was seriously wounded in his head.

Ishtwei added that dozens of protesters were also suffocated with tear gas.

Meanwhile, Israeli settlers chopped off nearly 400 grape vines and damaged an irrigation system in Turmus Ayya. They also cut seven olive trees and vandalized an agricultural room owned by Rajeh Abu Sukkur.

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