Israeli occupation forces quelled on Friday, December 9, several Palestinian anti-settlement marches and injure dozens of Palestinian protesters.
Dozens of Palestinians suffered tear gas inhalations and others were reported injured with Israeli live bullets and rubber-coated metal bullets after Israeli occupation attacked protesters in different parts of the occupied West Bank, according to Palestinian local sources.
According to the Palestinian Red Crescent in Nablus, 25 Palestinians suffered breathing problems due to tear gas, 5 were injured with rubber-coated metal bullets, and another was hit with a live bullet in Ausrin town in occupied Nablus.
Moreover, medical sources confirmed that 12 Palestinians suffered tear gas inhalation as Israeli occupation forces attacked the weekly protest of Beit Dajan, east of Nablus. A Palestinian child was also hit with an Israeli rubber bullet.
Meanwhile, Israeli occupation forces attacked protesters in Kafr Qddoum and injured at least 6 Palestinian youths with tear gas canisters and rubber-coated metal bullets.
In Ramallah, a Palestinian youth was reported injured by a live bullet fired by Israeli occupation forces during confrontations in the Nabi Saleh area, northwest of the city.
Palestinians in the occupied West Bank organize weekly marches on Fridays to protest against Israeli settlement expansion in their villages and towns. Israeli forces quell the protest, causing injuries to dozens.