In Pictures| IOF repress West Bank protest injuring dozens of Palestinians

Occupied West Bank (QNN)- Dozens of Palestinians protesters were reportedly wounded by Israeli bullets and tear gas grenades during Israeli repression of non violent protests in occupied West Bank on Friday.

Local sources said that peaceful marches began following Friday prayer in the West Bank villages of Kafr Malik in eastern Ramallah and Kafr Qaddoum in western Nablus.

Violent confrontations erupted in Kafr Malik after Israeli forces broke into the village. Palestinian young men hurled Israeli soldiers with stones and burnt tires.

Medical teams said that they have dealt with eight wounded Palestinians with rubber-coated metal bullets and other dozens, who were suffocated by tear gas.

In Kafr Qaddoum, Israeli forces attacked weekly non violent march and showered protesters with tear gas, causing dozens of Palestinians to be suffocated.

Every Friday, hundreds of Palestinians go to streets in peaceful anti settlement and anti occupation marches in different villages of the occupied West Bank.

Statistics revealed that nearly 650 Israeli illegal settlers live in 164 illegal settlements and 116 outposts throughout the occupied West Bank and Jerusalem.

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