On Friday, the village of Bilin near the central West Bank city of Ramallah conducted its weekly nonviolent protest against the Illegal Wall. Fourteen protestors were injured, and one Israeli supporter was abducted during the demonstration. As has been the case each Friday for the past two years, villagers and international and Israeli supporters marched from the village towards the gate of the illegal wall that was built on land stolen from the village. Upon the demonstrators' arrival, Israeli troops guarding the gate fired sound and tear gas bombs and rubber coated bullets at them, injuring 14 people. Medical sources stated that most of the injuries were treated in the field, while a number of casualties were moved to a clinic in a nearby village for treatment. The sources added that among those injured were six children. Jonathan Pollack, an Israeli non-violent activist, was abducted by Israeli troops and taken to an unknown location.