The Israeli occupation forces killed a Palestinian boy with live ammunition in the village of Nabi Saleh, north of Ramallah, in the central West Bank.
On Friday, July 23, Mohamed Mounir Al-Tamimi, 17, succumbed to his wounds caused by live bullets, according to the Palestinian Ministry of Health, while hundreds were injured during the occupation’s attacks on a march condemning the Israeli settlements in the village of Al-Nabi Saleh.
The Israeli occupation fired rubber-coated metal bullets, tear gas canisters, and live bullets. Al-Tamimi was seriously injured with live bullets in the abdomen and transferred to a hospital in the city of Salfit, before declaring his death.
The Palestinian Red Crescent Society said that its crews treated 320 casualties in the towns of Beita and Osrin, south of Nablus (north), during the Israeli army’s attacks on marches rejecting the establishment of a settlement on the top of “Sabih” mountain in Beita town, south of Nablus, close to the village.
It added that the injuries included 21 shots with live bullets, 68 with rubber-coated metal bullets, 11 with burns, 25 due to falling and being directly hit with tear gas canisters, and 195 cases of suffocation due to tear gas inhalation.
Meanwhile, five Palestinians were injured by metal bullets, and dozens suffocated, in Beit Dajan, east of Nablus, according to eyewitnesses to Anadolu Agency.
In Kafr Qaddoum Town, east of Qalqilya the Israeli occupation army fired live ammunition, live bullets, and tear gas canisters at hundreds of Palestinians after Friday prayers. Dozens of participants in the march condemning the Israeli settlement suffocated as a result of inhaling tear gas.
According to Israeli and Palestinian statistics, about 650,000 settlers in the West Bank settlements, including occupied Jerusalem, live in 164 settlements and 116 outposts.