RAMALLAH (Ma'an) -- Dozens of Palestinians were injured, and others suffered from excessive tear-gas inhalation in clashes that broke out with Israeli forces throughout the West Bank.
Six young Palestinians were shot with live bullets at the entrance of al-Jalazun refugee camp northeast of Ramallah.
Locals said that Israeli forces at the entrance of the camp fired live bullet and rubber-coated steel bullets at a group of Palestinians injuring six. They were all taken to Palestine medical complex in Ramallah.
In Bilin village, dozens suffered from excessive tear-gas inhalation as Israeli forces dispersed a weekly protest.
Israeli forces fired rubber-coated steel bullets, stun grenades, and tear gas at protesters as they neared their lands close to Israel’s wall.
Israeli forces dispersed another protest in Nabi Saleh village and prevented villagers from reaching their lands, which face the threat of confiscation.
Locals said that Israeli forces fired rubber-coated steel bullets, stun grenades, and tear gas at protesters, causing dozens to suffer from excessive tear-gas inhalation.
In Kafr Qaddum, two people were injured with rubber-coated steel bullets and dozens suffered from excessive tear-gas inhalation in the weekly protest.
Coordinator for the popular resistance committee in the village Murad Eshtewi said that Israeli forces fired tear gas, stun grenades, and rubber-coated steel bullets. Abd al-Rahim Eshtewi, 40, was shot with a rubber-coated steel bullet in the neck and was taken to Darwish Nazzal hospital in Qalqiliya, while Aws Abd al-Raziq Amer was shot in the leg with a rubber-coated steel bullet.
Dozens others suffered from excessive tear-gas inhalation.