Palestine News & Info Agency - WAFA
HEBRON, November 20, 2012 (WAFA) – Seven Palestinians were injured, including one seriously, at the southern entrance of the town of Yatta, south of Hebron, during confrontations that erupted between Israeli soldiers and Palestinians, who protested the ongoing Israeli war on Gaza, according to a medical sources.
They told WAFA that forces closed the main entrance of the town, turned the roofs of several Palestinian-owned houses into outposts, and showered the nearby residential areas and the protesters in a hail of tear gas bombs, injuring a 22-year-old Palestinian in the head after he was struck by a tear gas bomb in his head, in addition to six more injuries.
Confrontations also broke out in other parts of Hebron. No injuries were reported.