The disturbance took place at bitunya to coincide with Palestinian prisoners ‘ release.

צילום ארכיון: דובר צה”ל

Breach of the order consisted of dozens of people who threw stones at the troops to secure the transition. The forces responded with riot dispersal means, “we were able to contain the event thanks to the prior preparations

תאריך: 31/12/2013, 10:51    
מחבר: דנה פטרוב, אתר צה”ל

Disorderly (FES) several dozen participants took place last night (Tuesday) at bitunya, following the release of Palestinian prisoners Ofer prison. The bandwidth
Starting shortly after of the prisoners to the Palestinian Authority territory and scattered by the force of the blow “and” Meg Judea, who responded by shooting measures (אלפ”ה). “Several dozen people conducted with hundreds of stones”,
His reshef, Maj. Noam Sobel. “As soon as the prisoners entered the PA began throwing stones at the force, manning the bitunya,” he clarified.

Violation of the order which was quickly and efficiently, thanks to the early redeployment of forces in the sector. It is a small disturbance in relation to an arrangement which existed in two beats of the prisoners ‘ release, several protesters stood at 200.

Beyond the performed through coordination with the Palestinian police, which was faith.
Also keeping the right after crossing the bitunya. “Gsertit history knew riots of hundreds of protesters, resulting in injuries and sometimes even killed,” noted his
Reshef. “We try to avoid these things, and we chose to capture a bit more behind it, but if they start to throw stones and try to make progress towards us and hurt us. we stop it,” said.

A total of 26 were released last night by Palestinian prisoners, of whom 18 were imprisoned in Ofer prison. “We expected disruptions because of the high sensitivity of the event, and we were able to contain the
Thanks to the broadband learning and early preparations, “said major. “In General, the battalion’s challenge in this sector is dealing with various kinds of hostile terrorist activity, ranging from rioting to extreme scenarios of using firearms, concluded.

Translated from Hebrew