Dozens of Palestinians were injured on Friday, October 21, as Israeli occupation forces attacked the anti-settlement marches in the occupied West Bank.
Palestinian Red Crescent reported that 64 Palestinians were reported injured during the confrontations in Beit Furik in the occupied West Bank city of Nablus.
According to the Red Crescent, one Palestinian was injured by Israeli live bullets and transferred to Rafidia Hospital. 4 others were injured with rubber-coated metal bullets.
Meanwhile, 35 Palestinians, including a journalist, suffered tear gas inhalation, the Red Crescent added.
Earlier Friday, dozens of Palestinians in Nablus joined in activists after performing the Friday prayer to protest the Israeli blockade imposed on Nablus since October 12.
In a related incident, Israeli occupation forces attacked Palestinian protesters in Qalqilia, shooting and injuring a Palestinian child and a foreign activist during the Kafr Qaddoum weekly march.
According to recent figures published by OCHA, at least 105 Palestinians, including 26 children, have been killed by Israeli occupation so far in 2022 in the occupied West Bank and Jerusalem.