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13 Injured by IDF Fire in Nablus

13 Injured by IDF Fire in Nablus - Update on ISM Volunteers Detained


Reports are coming in that Nablus is again under siege. Earlier today, 7 Israeli jeeps, a tank, and an APC entered Nablus for an unknown reason. As schools let out some children began throwing stones at the tank. Soldiers fired live rounds directly at the schoolchildren. 13 people have been injured. At least one child is in critical condition with a bullet wound to his chest. For more information call Saif at 059 335 271.

Alice and Nick have arrived in the UK after having been deported from Israel. They were detained at Erez checkpoint in Gaza last Thursday.

Charlotte and Radhika have been released on bail with the stipulation that they not travel to the occupied territories. They are awaiting a deportation hearing. Osama was released from the hospital the day after his arrest. He has not been re-detained. Charlotte, Radhika, and Osama were arrested in Tulkarem on Friday as they attempted to guard a civilian family who were trapped in their car and being used as human shields by Israeli forces.

Flo remains in custody and is awaiting a deportation hearing.

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