Over 150 Palestinians were injured in Israeli attacks on occupied Palestinian towns in the West Bank, witnesses and Palestinian medical sources reported.
Arab48 revealed that eight of the wounded were journalists and two other paramedics stationed at the scene to assist the injured.
The Palestinian Red Crescent Society (PRCS) reported that 80 Palestinians were injured in the cities of Nablus and Qalqilya.
It also confirmed that 24 others were injured during protests against Israeli appropriation of private Palestinian land on Mount Sbaih in the Beita neighborhood.
The occupying Israeli army also took action against two peaceful Palestinian demonstrations. Witnesses confirmed that the Israeli crew used live ammunition, rubber bullets and tear gas canisters.
Meanwhile, the PRCS reported that its medics were treating 45 Palestinians in Beit Dayan, including eight wounded with live ammunition, two medics and three journalists.
In Qalqilya, Israeli occupying forces wounded 11 Palestinians with rubber bullets in clashes that broke out between Palestinians and Israeli occupying forces, a statement issued by the Fatah movement revealed.
Arab48 reported that two people were wounded in Hebron but no one was injured after Israeli occupation drones dropped tear gas canisters.
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