Palestinian woman dies after inhaling gas released by the Israeli army in a march
The Palestinian Authority calling it
a "crime of war"
AGENCIES - Jerusalem / Ramallah - 01/01/2011
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A Palestinian woman died today in hospital in Ramallah where he was admitted Saturday after inhaling toxic gas released by the Israeli army during a protest in the village of Bil'in against the separation wall built by Israel around the West Bank Palestinian Territory .The Palestinian Authority has condemned the incident, which he described as an "Israeli war crime."
According to Efe reported this morning at one of the organizers of the protest, Israeli activist Jonathan Pollak , the victim, Jawaher Abu Rahman, 36, was the sister of Bassam Abu Rahman, who died in April 2009 also by repression of the Army Israeli a demonstration for the same reason in the same locality. Pollak explained that after inhaling a large amount of toxic gas released by the Israeli troops to break up the demonstration, Jawaher Abu Rahman was hospitalized in Ramallah this morning unconscious and died of asphyxia, despite the efforts made overnight by doctors to save his life.
In yesterday's demonstration by hundreds of people, one of which was the Palestinian prime minister, Salam Fayad, and was organized last year in Bilin, where every Friday, 2010 Palestinians and Israeli peace activists and international had been holding marches in protest against the Israeli separation wall.The demonstration was led by a large banner of thanks to the six Latin American countries-Brazil, Argentina, Uruguay, Paraguay,
Bolivia and Ecuador, whose flags flew over the march, which in 2010 recognized or announced that they will soon recognize an independent state in the Palestinian territories occupied by Israel in 1967, Gaza, West Bank and East Jerusalem.