Dozens of Palestinians marched on Saturday toward the separation wall near Tulkarem in what they called the “March of Return.” The demonstrators tried to knock a hole in the wall and join protesters on the other side. However, the Israeli army dispersed the protest with tear gas and detained several protesters.
(Photos: Ahmad Al-Bazz / Activestills.org)
Palestinian activists try to destroy parts of the separation wall during the ‘Return March near Tulkarem, West Bank, May 31, 2014. The marchers attempted to cross the barrier while chanting the names of their destroyed villages and towns located inside Israel. (photo: Activestills)
Demonstrators march to the other side of the separation wall near Tulkarem, hoping to meet protesters on the other side. (photo: Activestills.org)
Israeli soldiers arrest a Palestinian man during the ‘Return March,’ held alongside the separation wall near Tulkarem, West Bank, May 31, 2014.
Palestinian protesters hold signs and flags in front of the separation barrier near Tulkarem during the ‘Return March.’ (photo: Activestills.org)
A Palestinian sprays slogans on the separation wall during the ‘Return March’ held near Tulkarem, West Bank, May 31, 2014.
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