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Palestinians marking the 64 anniversary of al-Nakba (catastrophe) with protests, while Israeli security reacted with conducted arrests campaigns on May 15Palestinians marking the 64 anniversary of al-Nakba (catastrophe) with protests, while Israeli security reacted with conducted arrests campaigns on May 15Palestinians marking the 64 anniversary of al-Nakba (catastrophe) with protests, while Israeli security reacted with conducted arrests campaigns on May 15Palestinians marking the 64 anniversary of al-Nakba (catastrophe) with protests, while Israeli security reacted with conducted arrests campaigns on May 15Palestinians marking the 64 anniversary of al-Nakba (catastrophe) with protests, while Israeli security reacted with conducted arrests campaigns on May 15Palestinians marking the 64 anniversary of al-Nakba (catastrophe) with protests, while Israeli security reacted with conducted arrests campaigns on May 15Palestinians marking the 64 anniversary of al-Nakba (catastrophe) with protests, while Israeli security reacted with conducted arrests campaigns on May 15Palestinians marking the 64 anniversary of al-Nakba (catastrophe) with protests, while Israeli security reacted with conducted arrests campaigns on May 15Palestinians marking the 64 anniversary of al-Nakba (catastrophe) with protests, while Israeli security reacted with conducted arrests campaigns on May 15Palestinians marking the 64 anniversary of al-Nakba (catastrophe) with protests, while Israeli security reacted with conducted arrests campaigns on May 15

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Today: Oct 23, 2017

Israeli border guards attacked a school student in Issawiyeh

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The Palestinian boy Mansour Muhammad Mansour, 16, a resident of the Jerusalem neighborhood of Issawiyeh reported to the Jerusalem Center for Social and Economic Rights, JCSER, that "before 8:00 a.m. while he was taking the bus to Abdallab Iben al-Hussein school, members of the Israeli police which were stationed at the checkpoint which was erected at the western entrance to the village stopped the bus. Two members of the Israeli Border Guards get into the bus and one of them inspect my ID card. Then he ordered to see the ID card of the student who was sitting beside me. Then the soldier started to talk in Hebrew, but the student didn't understand. Then I interfered to explain to the student what did the soldier say. However, after the soldier finished his inspection, he turned back to me and asked about what did I told the student about him. When I responded that I told him to give you the Id card, the soldier held my chin and said "don't lie." When I told the soldier to get his hand away from me, he ordered me to shut up. After he finished inspecting the ID cards of the rest of the pupils, he returned back to me and slapped me on the face. He also told me not to show my gallant. However, when I pushed his hand away from me, he got out of his pocket a small gas canister and began to spray my face. Consequently, I felt dizzy on the ground because of the pepper gas. By then, the passenger began to leave the bus. Later, other soldiers get into the bus and dragged me out where they continued to beat me. When some people interfered, the soldiers stopped their attacks. Afterwards, some people transferred me to a clinic in the village. I received treatment and left home to change may clothes. Later, I returned to my school to sit for the exam which I think I didn't do well in it because I felt pain in may face and eye.