Palestinian journalist wounded as Israeli forces raid Bethlehem
Gaza Post – Bethlehem
A Palestinian journalist was injured while many others suffered suffocation by inhaling teargas when Israeli forces attacked Palestinians taking part in a rally in the West Bank.
Palestinians protested against the planned demolition of hundreds of Palestinian buildings in the Jerusalem neighborhood of Wadi al-Hummus, Gaza Post reported.
Gaza Post correspondent said that Ayat Arqawi, who works as a photo-journalist with APA agency, was hit and injured by a gas canister in her pelvis.
Meanwhile, many protesters sustained suffocation from gas inhalation, including Minister Walid Assaf, the chairman of the Colonization and Wall Resistance Commission.