RAMALLAH, April 7 (JMCC) - Israeli soldiers confront Palestinian press at Friday's weekly protest at Nabi Saleh
village, in the Ramallah area, in this video by Tamimi press.
Photographer Ahmad Daghlas is shown after being wounded by a tear gas canister fired by Israeli soldiers and received five stitches in his head.
In one part of the video, a soldier tells Palestinians filming to move back. I can't speak Hebrew, says a woman. Speak to me in Arabic.
Another shot shows a soldier tossing a tear gas canister at the photographer taking the video. The cameraman responds, shouting, [Are you] a hero?
The village of Nabi Saleh protests weekly against the 2009 takeover of a local spring by settlers living in nearby Halamish.
In December 2009, Mustafa Tamimi was killed when he was struck in the face with a tear gas canister. He was the first Nabi Saleh resident to die in the demonstrations, which are put down by the Israeli military.