by Steve Berube
Today is kind of an anniversary for me. It was a year ago that I was targeted by an Israeli sniper and later tear gassed while attending the Open Shuada Street demonstration in Hebron.
Shuhada Street was once a bustling business area near the main market in the largest city in the West Bank. Then disaster struck on Friday, Feb. 25, 1994 when Baruch Goldstein, an Israeli settler, went to the Ibrahimi Mosque and opened fire on the worshippers. He killed 29 and wounded 125. Eventually, he was overwhelmed and killed by others who were also at the mosque for Friday prayers.
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