West Bank, Al Ray - Three Palestinians have been injured in clashes with Israeli occupation army erupted in the Dora town to the south-west of Hebron, southern West Bank.
A Palestinian security official said Saturday that Israeli troops raided the Dora town interiors at dawn, provoking the residents who responded by pelting stones at them.
The invading forces also raided the al-Aroub refugee camp in northern Hebron and ransacked the citizens’ houses, spreading fear among the civilians.
Friday, May 23, saw massive protests across the occupied central and southern West Bank towns of Bilin, al-Masara, and Nabi Saleh, frequented by weekly rallies against the Annexation Wall and settlement building.
Hundreds of Palestinian youths and international activists, including the parents of Rachel Corrie, participated in this Friday protests, showing solidarity with over 130 administrative detainees in Israeli jails on hunger strike for 31 days.
The protesters held placards and banners reading 'Salt and Water = freedom', in a reference to the daily meals of Palestinian hunger strikers.