Israeli soldiers shot Palestinian demonstrators with rubber bullets and tear gas cans on Friday in Kafr Qaddum, Qalqilia district in northern Occident occupied.
Weekly Marshal Coordinator Murad Ishteiwi told the Maine news agency that two Palestinians were injured with rubber-coated steel bullets and many others suffered the effects of inhalation of tear gas.
A protester was transferred to the hospital for treatment, while the rest was treated on-site.
Weekly protests in Kafr Qaddum began in 2011 to condemn the illegal confiscation of the land of Israel and to oppose the closure of the main road in the nearest economic center, Nablus.
The road was shut down to the Palestinians in 2003, when Israel extended the illegal colonization of Kedumim.
Ishteiwi said the Israeli forces occupied two Palestinian house roofs to see the protesters, in addition to the photos of many protesters.