Palestinian activists stage sit-in protest in Beit Sahour
Protesters staging a sit-in area mushroom Beit Sahour, which is under the administration of the Palestinian National Authority. The population of 12,367, is Christian and Muslim.
Dozens of Palestinian and foreign activists sit-in and march in the crow's nest site of the town of Beit Sahour
And at the invitation of the People's Committee resisted the wall and settlements in the town of Beit Sahour protest at the dozens of settlers, led by members of the Israeli Knesset from the extreme right-wing parties stormed the site and try to build a settlement.
During the sit-in participants raised Palestinian flags and banners condemning the "occupation and settlers and calling for the escalation of resistance against the settlements and the wall and ending the division that leaves its negative effects on the Palestinian people and against the settlement."
The demonstrators erected tents sit in the confiscated lands.