Israeli troops attacked on Saturday a nonviolent protest against the wall in Yatta village near the southern West Bank city of Hebron on Saturday midday, local sources reported. The sources added that a group of Palestinian and international peace activists were demonstrating against wall and carried signs condemning the ongoing Israeli attacks, and closure in the West Bank and the Gaza Strip.

Soldiers fired teargas and sound bombs at the protesters; a number of protesters were treated locally after inhaling gas fired by the soldiers.

 "The Wall is built on part of the village's land, our lands are the main sources of income for us," said Mohammad one of the demonstrators.

"The international court of justice ruled that the wall is illegal, the world must act to remove this wall since it is stealing our land, water and making our life hard," he added.