Red Crescent: 30 treated for teargas inhalation in clashes with Israeli soldiers in Bethlehem

BETHLEHEM, At least 30 people were treated today for teargas inhalation fired by Israeli soldiers at a protest march at the northern entrance to the southern West Bank city of Bethlehem, according to Red Crescent report.

Palestinian security sources told WAFA that youths marched to the city’s northern entrance where an Israeli army checkpoint is located to protest the Israeli military aggression against the Gaza Strip.

Soldiers at the checkpoint showered the protesters with teargas causing 30 suffocation cases, who were treated locally, said the Red Crescent.

One Palestinian identified as Yazan Mohammad Nuwara, 18, was arrested by the soldiers, said the security sources.

Source: Palestinian News and Info Agency