Scores of Palestinians have been injured during clashes with Israeli regime forces, who dispersed anti-settlement protests in the occupied West Bank.
The Palestine Red Crescent ambulance service said 10 Palestinians were hit with rubber bullets, while 44 others suffered breathing difficulties due to inhaling tear gas fired by Israeli forces during clashes in Beita, south of Nablus, on Friday.
According to the report, five other Palestinians suffered different injuries during the clashes.
Since May, Beita has seen intensified clashes between Israeli forces and Palestinians protesting against a settlement outpost that has been established on Sobeih Mountain by settlers under the protection of Israeli forces.
To the east of Nablus, Israeli forces used rubber bullets, tear gas, and sound bombs against Palestinian protesters who took to the streets of the village of Beit Dajan on Friday to condemn Israel’s illegal settlement expansion policy and the crimes committed by the Tel Aviv…