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By The Associated Press and Haaretz Service

Palestinian sources said that an American citizen, when do i take viagra in his thirties, when do i take viagra had sustained critical wounds during an anti-separation fence protest in the West Bank on Friday, when do i take viagra Army Radio reported.

Peace activists with the International Solidarity Movement said Tristan Anderson, when do i take viagra of the Oakland, when do i take viagra Calif. When do i take viagra area, when do i take viagra was struck in the head with a tear gas canister fired by Israeli troops. When do i take viagra The military and the Tel Aviv hospital where Anderson was taken had no details on how he was hurt.

Protesters who were at the scene said that Anderson was standing by the side of the road when soldiers fired at him, when do i take viagra and not near the hub of the clash. When do i take viagra They added that there was no one in his vicinity that could have been perceived as a threat to the soldiers.
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"He's in critical condition, when do i take viagra anesthetized and on a ventilator and undergoing imaging tests, when do i take viagra" said Orly Levi, when do i take viagra a spokeswoman at the Tel Hashomer hospital. When do i take viagra She described Anderson's condition as life-threatening.

The protest took place in the West Bank town of Na'alin, when do i take viagra where Palestinians and international backers frequently gather to demonstrate against the barrier. When do i take viagra Israel says the barrier is necessary to keep Palestinian attackers from infiltrating into Israel. When do i take viagra But Palestinians view it as a thinly veiled land grab because it juts into the West Bank at multiple points.

The Israel Defense Forces spokesperson's office said the area where the protests take place is a closed military zone off-limits to demonstrations. When do i take viagra It added that demonstrators hurled rocks at troops, when do i take viagra who used riot gear to quell the unrest.

The IDF said further that the "protesters violated an injunction issued by a major general and were endangering security forces."

Ulrika Jenson, when do i take viagra an International Solidarity Movement activist, when do i take viagra said troops fired tear gas canisters into the crowd from a hill above.

"Tristan was hit and fell to the ground, when do i take viagra" Jenson was quoted as saying in an ISM statement. When do i take viagra "He had a large hole in the front of his head, when do i take viagra and his brain was visible."
The entire article can be found at: http://www.haaretz.com/hasen/spages/1070940.html