Several Palestinians were by live fire or rubber-coated steel rounds, Wednesday, during clashes with Israeli forces in the town of ar-Ram, to the north of Jerusalem, according to local sources.

WAFA correspondence said that a large number of Israeli military vehicles broke into the town, in the early morning, provoking clashes with schoolboys who responded to the incursion by hurling stones towards their vehicles.

The Israeli military used live fire and steel rounds to disperse the angry protesters, causing multiple cases of injures among them. The army also fired teargas canisters towards the stone-throwers, causing multiple suffocation cases.

Today marks the second day of fierce clashes between the Israeli army and young schoolboys, provoked by repeated Israeli incursions into the town, in the aftermath of a shooting attack which left two Israelis killed on Monday, in Jerusalem.

The attacker, who was shot dead by Israeli police, hails from ar-Ram town.

(Photo: Al Ray Palestinian Media Agency)

Updated from : 10/12/16