by Stephen Lendman
Haaretz contributor Amira Hass is right saying so. Current headlines highlight thousands of West Bank protesters.
Palestinians took to the streets against unaffordable rising prices. In some areas, things got violent. Demonstrators smashed windows, tried to storm a municipality building, and clashed with police.
On Sunday, trucks and taxis blocked the Bethlehem to Hebron road. In Ramallah, tires were set ablaze. Streets were blocked. University and other school classes were cancelled.
Duheishe refugee camp residents marched on Abbas’ headquarters. Beit Jala protest leaders urged nonviolence but joined others expressing outrage.
Balata refugee …