Day Of Rage: Prawer Plan Protests Met With Extreme Brutality

Clashes between protestors and police took place during a Day of Rage against the Prawer Plan that will displace over 40,000 Bedouins from their villages at El Naqab (Negev) area at the south of Israel in the largest ethnic cleansing since 1948. Resistors, including children and teens, in El Naqeb (Negev) were met with extreme brutality from riot police. Hundreds of Israeli shielded cops using tear gas, rubber bullets, water canons and stun grenades, clashed with Bedouin activists and supporters near & inside the town of Hura. Over 25 protesters were detained.

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Via: Active Stills

An activist is arrested by Israeli forces during a Day Of Rage protest against the Prawer-Begin Plan in front of the Israeli settlement Bet El, Al Jalazun, West Bank, November 30, 2013. Activists protested in the Negev, Haifa, Jerusalem, Ramallah, Gaza and around the world, marking the third Day Of Rage against the plan. According to the plan, about which the government failed to consult the Bedouin community when drafting, tens of thousands of Bedouin citizens of Israel living in “unrecognized” villages in the Negev will be evicted and forcibly relocated to planned communities.


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