A Palestinian worker was shot and injured, Sunday, by an Israeli soldier near the Israeli apartheid wall, near Far’un village, south of Tulkarem, in the northern West Bank, according to local sources.

Medical sources, from the Thabet Thabet Hospital in Tulkarem told Palestinian WAFA News Agency that Suhair Ebeit, 35, was shot by Israeli occupation soldiers as he was going to his job inside Israel. The sources described his condition as stable.

One Palestinian young man was shot and injured by Israeli army fire at the entrance to Bethlehem, and another in Gaza, was hit in the chest with a tear-gas canister, Quds News Network reported.

Local sources stated that a young Palestinian man from Bethlehem, in the central occupied West Bank, was shot in the leg by Israeli soldiers, who were stationed near Bilal Bin Rabah mosque. The sources described his medical condition as stable.

Meanwhile, the Israeli army fired tear-gas canisters at Palestinian young men in eastern Jabalia in the northern Gaza Strip, wounding one young man in the chest. No further information was provided at the time of this report.