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Five people were injured in a fifth consecutive day of protests on the Lebanese-Israeli border

Five people were injured in a fifth consecutive day of protests on the Lebanese-Israeli border

According to local media reports, local time on the 18th, by dozens of Palestinians and Lebanese demonstrators held a rally on the Lebanese-Israeli border to protest Israeli aggression against Palestinians.

Demonstrators planted Lebanese and Allah party flags on the wall and threw stones at Israeli troops, who responded by firing tear gas and smoke bombs.

Lebanon’s state news agency reported that five demonstrators were injured that day.

It was the fifth consecutive day of protests on the Lebanese-Israeli border. Hundreds of protesters also marched in the Lebanese capital Beirut in solidarity with Palestinians in Gaza.

Last week, a Lebanese demonstrator was shot dead by Israeli forces, and the Allah Party later identified him as one of its supporters.

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