Israeli troops hit Palestinian demonstrators on Friday with rubber-coated steel bullets and tear gas bombs in Kafr Qaddum in the West Bank District, north of Qalqilia.
Murad Ishteiwi, the coordinator of the weekly walks, told Ma fazan News Agency that two Palestinians were injured by rubber-coated steel bullets, and much more was exposed to tear gas breathing effects.
One protester was transferred to the hospital for treatment, while the rest was treated in the field.
The weekly protests in Kafr Qaddum began in 2011 to condemn Israel's confiscation of illegal land and its closure to Nablus, the closest economic center of the main road.
Israel has been closed to Palestinians since 2003 with the expansion of the illegal colonial settlement of my cat.
The protesters of the Israeli forces said, as well as taking photos of the protesters, as well as the Palestinians' two houses.