Israeli occupation forces injured dozens of Palestinians after attacking several protests in the occupied West Bank cities of Ramallah and Hebron, on Friday afternoon, February 24.
Palestinian local sources reported that at least 6 Palestinians were injured by Israeli rubber-coated metal bullets during an anti-settlement protest in Rammun town, east of occupied Ramallah.
In a related development, Israeli occupation forces opened fire and tear gas canisters at Palestinian protesters in the Bab Al-Zawiya area in occupied Hebron. Several suffered tear gas inhalation.
In addition, the Palestinian ministry of health said that three Palestinians were injured in occupied Hebron, including one in serious condition.
The health ministry said one of the protesters was hit with a stun grenade in the head, and he suffered a brain hemorrhage. Two others sustained injuries from rubber and metal bullets.
Palestinians in occupied Hebron joined in rallies on Friday afternoon to protest against the Israeli recent crimes in the occupied West Bank city of Nablus.
Protesters expressed their condemnation of the Israeli massacre in Nablus, during which Israel killed 11 Palestinians and injured 100 others. They also chanted anti-occupation slogans.
In Tubas, Israeli forces quelled a rally held in solidarity with Palestinian prisoners in Israeli prisons and in protest of the Israeli demolition orders issued recently.