The Israeli occupation Forces (IOF) targeted a Palestinian Red Crescent ambulance, injuring 18 Palestinians, including a journalist and a doctor, with rubber-coated metal bullets. Dozens others suffocated with tear gas in the north and south of the West Bank.
In an attack on peaceful protests in the towns of Beita and Beit Dajan, in Nablus 26 Palestinians were injured, including 13 wounded with metal bullets, and 13 others with asphyxiation.
The IOF targeted a Palestinian Red Crescent ambulance twice with rubber-coated metal bullets in the town of Beit Dajan, destroying the rear windshield of the car, and injuring a doctor while providing first aid to one of the injured.
For several months, daily marches have been taking place in the town of Beita protesting against the Israeli control over private Palestinian lands in Jabal Sabih, while weekly peaceful protests have been taking place in Beit Dajan protesting against decisions to confiscate a large area of Palestinian land for settlement purposes.
Four Palestinians were wounded with metal bullets in Kufr Qaddoum town, including a 13-year-old child and journalist Nasser Shtayyeh, during an IOF attack on a protest condemning the settlements and demanding the opening of a main road to the town.
In the south of the West Bank, Bab Al-Zawiya and Al-Shallala Street in the center of Hebron city, the IOF fired live bullets, metal bullets, tear gas and sound bombs, leaving dozens of suffocated and injured Palestinians.