Nearly 150 Palestinian residents of Bil’in village, near the West Bank city of Ramallah, and 100 Israeli and international peace activists, protested against the Israeli annexation Wall and the ongoing attacks against the Palestinian and Lebanese people.
The protestors carried five coffins, each coffin represent a husband, wife and their child, all killed by Israeli missiles and shells in the two countries.
"This symbolizes the Israeli attacks, and killings in Palestine, and Lebanon", the media office of the International Solidarity movement (ISM) told the IMEMC.
Soldiers fired gas bombs and rubber coated bullets at the protesters and chased dozens of them into the village after barring them from reaching the construction site of the Annexation Wall.
Troops used loud speakers and demanded the protestors to leave the area which became off-limits even to the villages, who are unable to reach their orchards.
Several injuries were reported, and one Israeli lawyer was hit by a rubber-coated bullet in his head.
The ISM office also added that soldiers declared the Wall construction area and Bil’in village as closed military zones.