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Israeli forces demolish Hebron home, water well
Published Monday 11/02/2013 (updated) 12/02/2013 17:08
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File photo of a home demolition in East Jerusalem (Reuters)
HEBRON (Ma'an) -- Israeli forces demolished several structures, including a home, in a Hebron village on Monday, locals said.

Israeli bulldozers arrived in Beit Awwa village and destroyed a residential property, shed and water well in the area, witnesses told Ma'an.

Dozens of residents protested the demolitions, with Israeli soldiers firing tear gas at the crowds, lightly injuring several people.

A Palestinian cameraman, Amir Abdeen, sustained bruises after being hit in the foot by a tear gas canister.

Eight members of Rasim Mustafa Sweiti's family were made homeless by the demolition, a Red Crescent official said.

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1 ) gabi / australia
12/02/2013 00:41
Destroy a well? Can't have those pesky Palestinians use water that the settlers want. Settlers need this water to wash their cars, their new driveways, out in the open, you know, (in full view of the Palestinians who have to go to the well to get water so they can bathe their children and cook for the family.)
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