The Israeli army shot Palestinian demonstrators on Friday, with rubber-coated steel bullets and tear gas canisters at Kafr Qaddum, in the Qalqilia District, in the occupied West Bank in the north.
The coordinator of the weekly parade Murad Ishteiwi, told Ma & # 39; that two Palestinians were injured with rubber-coated steel bullets, and many more were suffering from inhalation of tear gas.
A protester was reportedly transferred to a hospital for treatment, while the rest were treated at the site.
The weekly protest at Kafr Qaddum began in 2011, to condemn the seizure of illegal Israeli land, and reject the closure of the main road to the nearest economic center, Nablus.
The road has been closed to Palestine since 2003, when Israel expanded the illegal colonial settlement of Kedumim.
Ishteiwi stated that Israeli forces occupied two roofs of Palestinian homes, to see the demonstrators, in addition to taking pictures of many protesters.