Two Palestinians injured by Israeli gunfire east of Nablus

Two Palestinians were shot and wounded by Israeli occupation forces tonight during confrontations that erupted near the village of Tana, to the east of Nablus in the occupied West Bank, according to local sources. Thaer Hanani, a local activist, said Israeli occupation forces targeted several individuals with rubber-coated metal bullets and toxic tear gas canisters in the village. Confrontations erupted as Palestinians started removing earth barriers placed by Israeli occupation forces on the main road leading to the village. The confrontations resulted in two young men being injured by rubber-coated bullets, while others suffered from gas inhalation due to the use of toxic tear gas by the Israeli occupation forces.

Source: Palestine News & Information Agency