Several Palestinian workers injured by Israeli occupation in West Bank

2 weeks ago

WEST BANK, November 18 – A number of Palestinian workers suffered breathing difficulties after inhaling tear gas fired by Israeli occupation forces near the West Bank village of Rummanah adjacent to the Israeli apartheid wall.

Local sources reported that Israeli occupation troops, escorted by a helicopter, attacked the Palestinian workers with tear gas canisters as they were on the way to work in the 1948 occupied Palestinian territories.

Palestinian workers are usually subjected to detention, humiliation, and physical assaults at the hands of Israeli occupation soldiers as they head to their workplaces in the 1948 occupied Palestinian territories.