Suffocation injuries in confrontations that followed the storming of settlers at the archaeological site in Sebastia

 A number of citizens were suffocated, Thursday evening, during clashes that broke out in the town of Sebastia, north of Nablus, after dozens of settlers stormed the archaeological site in the town.

Sebastia Mayor Muhammad Azim said in a press statement, "More than 60 settler vehicles stormed the archaeological site, under the protection of the Israeli occupation army, which led to the outbreak of confrontations during which a number of citizens were suffocated with tear gas."


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