[UNVERIFIED CONTENT] A Palestinian man walks past a mural of Fatah leader Marwan Barghouti at Qalandiya (also
Kalandia) refugee camp. Marwan Hasib Ibrahim Barghouti is a Palestinian political figure convicted and imprisoned for murder by an Israeli court. He is regarded as a leader of the First and Second Intifadas. Barghouti at one time supported the peace process, but later became disillusioned,
and after 2000 went on to become a leader of the Al-Aqsa Intifada in the West Bank. He has been called 'the Palestinian Mandela'. On 26th August 2013, eleven military jeeps invaded Qalandiya refugee camp during an operation to arrest a recently released prisoner. Residents of the camp tried to stop the army from arresting the man by throwing stones at military jeeps. Confrontations then
erupted, with the Israeli soldiers shooting tear-gas canisters, rubber-coated steel bullets and live
ammunition at the youth defending the refugee camp. About twenty people were injured from live ammunition and rubber-coated steel bullets and two were killed on the spot, with a third dying
shortly afterwards. Demonstrations mourning the martyrs and out of anger at their deaths spread across the West Bank, with particularly fierce clashes at Qalandiya checkpoint and in the city of Hebron. West Bank, August 25, 2013