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Palestine: Dozens of students injured by Israeli soldiers at Al-Quds University

23rd Jan 2014

IMEMC & Agencies: Wednesday, Palestinian medical sources reported that dozens of students have been injured at Al-Quds University, in Abu Dis town of occupied East Jerusalem, after dozens of Israeli soldiers invaded it.

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[Image Taken By Campus Security Guard – Facebook]


The sources said that scores of students have been treated for the effects of tear gas inhalation, while others were shot with rubber-coated metal bullets.
Hani Halabiyya, spokesperson of the Popular Committee against the Wall and Settlements in Abu Dis, stated that clashes took place between dozens of students and soldiers after the army invaded the university campus to close a gap in a section of the Annexation Wall, in the area.
Halabiyya said that soldiers fired bas bombs, concussion grenades, firebombs and rubber-coated metal bullets.
Some of the wounded students received treatment by local medics, while others were moved to a local clinic.
The Israeli invasion led to property damage in a number of buildings belonging to the university. The army also surrounded the campus, blocking Palestinian traffic.

One Response to “Palestine: Dozens of students injured by Israeli soldiers at Al-Quds University”

A plea from Al-Quds University | sophiehebdenJanuary 28, 2014

[…] related how soldiers stormed in during his lecture last week and threw tear gas into the room. This obviously shocked the students so much, many were injured by […]


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