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On June 15, 20 Indian soldiers were killed and 66 injured; Indian estimates put Chinese deaths at around Constructions boost sovereignty claims and also upgrade military-grade infrastructure in strategic areas but can provoke incidents. Previous skirmishes were localized incidents. Tensions had been escalating since April. The rushing water destabilized Indian soldiers who were then attacked with stones and batons studded with nails and wrapped in barbed wire. Over soldiers fought hand-to-hand combat in the dark and icy conditions for four to seven hours.
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Palestinian stone-throwing refers to a Palestinian practice of throwing stones at people or property. It is a tactic with both a symbolic and military dimension when used against heavily armed troops. Proponents, sympathizers, as well as analysts have characterized stone throwing by Palestinians as a form of "limited", "restrained", "non-lethal" violence  The majority of Palestinian youths engaged in the practice appear to regard it as symbolic and non-violent, given the disparity in power and equipment between the Israeli forces and the Palestinian stone-throwers,  with many considering it a method of deterring Israeli military forces and civilians from the occupation of Palestinian lands. The state of Israel considers the act to be criminal, on the grounds that it is potentially lethal,  while, in some cases, Israelis have argued that it should be treated as a form of terrorism , or that, in terms of the psychology of those who hurl stones, even in defense or in protest, it is intrinsically aggressive. It has also been described variously as a form of traditional,  popular protest  guerrilla tactic or action,   or a tactic of civil disobedience   which came to prominence during the First Intifada.
London -- The date was Oct. The visit by Sharon, reviled by Palestinians for his role in the massacre at a Palestinian camp in Lebanon, ignited a wave of protests and riots that turned into the second Palestinian uprising. Among the protesters was a year-old Palestinian boy who was throwing rocks at Israeli soldiers near a Jewish outpost in Gaza. A photographer from The Associated Press captured the boy in an iconic image -- his right arm bent back to launch a rock toward an Israeli tank directly in front of him — that crystallized the very spirit of their resistance.