What you don’t see on CNN: IOF Shoot Live Ammunition on Peaceful Protest

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June 13 2008 – A young man from was shot with live rounds during the weekly . Ibrahim Burnat who was shot in his right thigh was taken directly to Sheik Zaid Hospital in Ramallah and was described by doctors as being in critical condition. Ibrahim posed no threat to Israeli soldiers who shot him with live rounds simply for attempting to scale the as a symbolic gesture against the ongoing illegal occupation.

Here is the video:

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- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XF1ibN40FJE (God knows how long it will stay on YouTube before some Zionist flag it to be removed like the previous video)
- http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x5ruot_iof-shoot-live-ammunition-on-peacef_news

The protesters were shot with tear gas, rubber coated steel bullets, and finally live ammunition as the protest wound down.

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One Israeli activist was wounded and another more seriously injured from rubber coated steal bullets. In addition dozens were treated for tear gas inhalation.

Locals where joined by international activists this week to protest against the apartheid wall and the expansion of Israeli settlements. The weekly protesters raised the Palestinian flag and slogans against the occupation. The signs demanded the dismantling of the Apartheid Wall, land confiscation, and the expansion of Israeli Settlements.

The protesters also demanded an end to ’s killing of unarmed Palestinian civilians, the closure of roads in the West Bank, and large scale imprisonment as a form of collective punishment.

In other news, earlier this week the Israel Occupation Army arrested Bil’in resident Ashraf Mohammed Al-Jamal Tafwik Al-Khatib. Ashraf was passing through one of the many checkpoints on his way to work in Jericho when he was arrested. No reason was given for his arrest.

Ashraf was active in the weekly Bi’in peaceful protests and villagers believe this was the reason he was targeted, in a continued effort by the army to silence the people of Bilin. The Occupation Army had previously harassed Ashraf and his family by making unwanted visits to his family’s home in previous failed attempts at arresting him.

(Source: http://www.palsolidarity.org)

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