The Israeli Defence Forces (IDF) killed two Palestinians and injured a third one after a car drove into the occupied West Bank, near Ramallah, on Monday.

In response, Palestinians protested by setting paper boxes and tires on fire at different locations.

IDF soldiers fired rubber bullet guns to contain the crowd.

 

According to reports, five Palestinians were shot and injured with rubber-coated steel bullets on Sunday as clashes continued in Beit El near Ramallah.

 

 

Credit: Ruptly

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Diego Prendergast

Palestinians need and deserve protection.

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No, they just need to stop trying to ram cars on Israelis, that’s the kind of stupid sport where they get shot.

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And their countries of origin should take them back and stop with this Fraud. There is no such thing as “Palestinian people” never ever in history, even PLO and Hamas leaders -incl. Arafat himself- said it was pure BS.

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The sooner the EU will stop funding Palis, the better it’ll be for our taxes… Trump and MBS already did. EU isn’t the Salvation Army.

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“Saudi Arabia, Egypt and the UAE reject the non-normalization clause with “Israel” in the final statement of the Arab Parliamentary Union”…
Translation : 🖕🏾 the Fakestinians!

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