Two protesters were injured and three others, including activist Jonathan Pollack, were arrested during altercations with IDF forces in the town of Naalin, near the West Bank city of Ramallah, Friday morning.
At that time, IDF forces forcefully dispersed a group of about a hundred leftists, accompanied by about the same number of Palestinian residents of Naalin, who had planned an olive harvest Friday morning.
The protesters claimed that they had coordinated the harvest in advance, via the security coordinator in Ramallah and said that the forces had attempted even prior to the beginning of the harvest, using tear gas and stun grenades to disperse the crowd.
IDF reports confirm that crowd dispersal tactics were used, but according to their report, the harvest began quietly and was then disrupted when some 80 of the protesters – almost half of those meant to harvest – left the olive trees and began throwing stones at IDF and border guard forces along the fence.
"In such a situation, it was impossible to continue with the harvest," said IDF sources. They added that the three protesters were arrested after they tried to attack border guards.
And Jewish youths seem to not to be able to avoid throwing stones as well:-
Youths pelted stones at Magen David Adom stations and ambulances in Acre and Haifa over Yom Kippur to protest their operating vehicles on the holiday.
In Acre, youths hurled stones at the local MDA station, damaging windows...On Tuesday night, a 76-year-old Haifa man suffering from a serious illness became the target of stone-throwers while being transported to the city's Rambam Medical Center for treatment.
On Tuesday [that should be Wednesday, no? Yom Kippur?] night, a 76-year-old Haifa man suffering from a serious illness became the target of stone-throwers while being transported to the city's Rambam Medical Center for treatment.
As Reuven Sadnai approached the hospital, "a barrage of stones was hurled at us. Some 50 yeshiva students standing on the bridge above the road pelted us with stones," he said.
"It was Kristallnacht in Haifa, and I want you to quote me. This was planned, and not just an act of mischief," Sadnai said.