A Palestinian villager from Ni’lin village, near Ramallah, was injured, and several protesters suffered the effects of tear gas inhalation after the Israeli soldiers attacked the weekly nonviolent protest against the Annexation Wall.Local villagers accompanied by international supporters marched towards the Palestinian orchards that became isolated behind the Wall, and the villagers held Friday prayers at the site.

After conducting Friday prayers, the villagers and the international activists marched towards the Wall.
Israeli soldiers, stationed nearby, fired rounds of live ammunition and gas bombs.

One resident, identified as Sa’eed Amirah was shot by a live round in his leg and was moved to a local hospital.

Several protesters were treated for the effects of tear gas inhalation.

The claim was refuted by the villagers and the supporters as their protests are among the leading methods of nonviolent resistance against the Wall and settlements in the occupied Palestinian territories.

Several protestors were killed and seriously wounded during nonviolent protests against the Wall in the past few years a s the army never hesitated in using live ammunition against them.