Soldiers disperse protest near Bethlehem

Maan News Agency | March 9, 2012

BETHLEHEM (Ma’an) — Israeli forces dispersed a weekly demonstration in the West Bank village of al-Masara, near Bethlehem, and prevented residents from reaching their lands, activists said.

The local popular committee spokesman Muhammad Breijeh said this week’s protest was in solidarity with Hana Shalabi, a detainee without charge on hunger-strike. He stressed the need for more marches “before it is too late.”

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Administrative detention is not consistent with international norms, Breijeh added, insisting that more needs to be done to “reveal Israel’s crimes”. He condemned Israel’s treatment of detainees.

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