Following a weekend of peaceful anti-Wall protests, a protest Sunday in the village of Anta, north of Jerusalem, was marred by Israeli police violence against demonstrators which resulted in two injuries of Palestinians.

According to Israeli media sources, Israeli border police fired rubber-coated bullets at the demonstration, which consisted of Palestinian villagers marching and chanting slogans against the Wall being built on their land.

Sunday’s injuries come after an Israeli was critically injured in an anti-Wall protest Friday by a rubber-coated bullet in the eye.

Villagers were marching to challenge the Israeli annexation Wall being built across their village land, annexing a large section of the village for Israel.