Two Palestinians were injured and dozens suffered tear gas inhalation on Friday when Israeli soldiers attacked the weekly protest against the Wall in the village of Nil’in, central west Bank.
Villagers joined by international and Israeli supporters marched from the village after the midday prayers and headed towards lands owned by local farmers where Israel is building the Wall.

Undercover forces attacked the protesters as soldiers showered the protesters with tear gas and water mixed with chemicals.

Two were lightly wounded as scores of people suffered tear gas inhalation and nausea. At least a dozen protesters were treated for the effect of tear gas inhalation. The protest ended with clashes between local youth and
Israeli soldiers.