Dozens of Palestinian protesters were reported injured by Israeli troops while participating in anti-settlement marches in Nablus, the occupied West Bank, on Friday, June 24.
According to the Red Crescent, at least 82 Palestinians were injured as Israeli occupation forces attacked the peaceful marches in Beit Dajan, Burin, and Qaryout villages in Nablus, the occupied West Bank.
Local sources reported three Palestinians were injured with Israeli live bullets in Beit Dajan. Meanwhile, a Palestinian paramedic was directly hit by an Israeli tear gas canister in the head.
In a related incident, tens of Palestinians headed after Friday prayer to their lands in Burin to protest against the Israeli settlement expansion in the area. The Israeli troops stopped and prevented them from accessing their lands.
In Qalqilia, an Israeli settler was seen opening fire at the Palestinian homes in Azzoun village. Moreover, the settlers removed the Palestinian flags from the area.
During the weekly protest in Kafr Qaddoum, Israeli forces attacked the protesters with live bullets and tear gas canisters. 48 Palestinians have been injured so far.
On Fridays, Palestinians take part in marches in protest of the Israeli settlement expansion and land confiscation in the West Bank cities and villages, including Burin, Beita, Jabal Subaih, Kafr Qaddom, and Beit Dajan.