Smiley frisbies carry letters over Apartheid Wall in Ni’lin
In the Palestinian village of Ni’lin today, as in other villages that hold weekly Friday demonstrations against the Israeli occupation, the Israeli army shot excessive amounts of tear gas and rubber-coated steel bullets at unarmed civilians.
The demonstration in Ni’lin started at around 1pm, after the midday prayer, with villagers marching down to Israel’s Apartheid Wall that was built on land belonging to Ni’lin. More than 30 soldiers and border police invaded the olive groves on the village side of the Wall and tried to chase peaceful demonstrators away with tear gas and rubber-coated steel bullets.
There were no injuries today, nor any kidnap cases.