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West Bank violence following 'price tag' slaying | World War 4 Report


West Bank violence following 'price tag' slaying | World War 4 Report: The Popular Resistance Committees called for a "revolution of anger" in response to the attack. Several thousand took to the streets in Duma for the funeral of the infant, whose body was wrapped in a Palestinian flag. Israeli forces dispersed a march called by Hamas in Hebron, where hundreds of protesters held signs condemning the attack, and called for a response against the recent upsurge in crimes committed by Israeli soldiers and settlers. Israeli forces fired tear gas, rubber-coated bullets, and stun grenades at protesters, while Palestinian demonstrators threw rocks. Israeli forces shot and critically injured a Palestinian in clashes at Atara checkpoint near Ramallah. Several Palestinians were injured in clashes with Israeli forces throughout Jerusalem. (Ma'an, Ma'an, Ma'an, YNet, JPost)

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