Seven Palestinians wounded as Islamic Jihad calls to reconsider ”calm”
At least seven Palestinians on Wednesday were injured by rubber bullets in clashes, which took place between Israeli forces and Palestinians around Beit Sourik village close to the West Bank city of Ramallah, medical sources in Ramallah reported, according to RNA.
Clashes erupted when a group of Israeli soldiers backed by bulldozers advanced into the village and started to dig, preparing to build the so called seperation wall.
Meanwhile, the Islamic Jihad urged on Wednesday all Palestinian groups to reconsider the declared calm with Israel, following many Israeli violations. Khadder Adnan, Islamic Jihad's spokesman in the West Bank, said in a statement, all Palestinian armed groups "must be careful and awareand not to rely on the truce while Israel continues violating it."
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