Palestinian activists blocked the entrance to a major grocery store chain in the West Bank on Wednesday. One person was injured and four more were arrested over the course of the demonstration.
The Rami Levy grocery store in the Binyamin Regional Council is one of the few places in the West Bank that gives free access to both Israelis and Palestinians.
The Palestinian Popular Resistance Committee said it had organized the protest as part of its recent campaign to disrupt daily Israeli life to bring attention to the occupation. Last week, activists blocked Route 443.
Security forces dispersed the protesters using stun grenades. A protester was injured, and taken for medical attention in Ramallah. Two Palestinians and two foreign protesters were arrested.
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