Israeli soldiers shot and injured, on Wednesday, two Palestinians in Beit Ummar town, north of Hebron, in addition to two others in the town of Tel, southwest of Nablus.
After the funeral procession for the Palestinian child who was killed by Israeli forces on Tuesday, soldiers attacked mourners in the town of Beit Ummar, north of Hebron in the southern occupied West Bank.
Media sources said that after the funeral procession, soldiers fired live rounds and tear gas canisters at mourners, shooting one young man in the hand and one in the foot, and causing dozens to sustain inhalation injuries.
Both gunshot wounds were transported to a nearby medical center, while the inhalation injuries were treated at the scene by local medics.
On Tuesday, Israeli forces shot the child, Abdullah Mohammad Hasan Miqbil, 16, in the chest with live ammunition during a non-violent demonstration against the massacres being committed in the Gaza Strip by the occupation regime.
The Palestinian Ministry of Health announced later that he had succumbed to the critical gunshot wound inflicted on him by the army.
Meanwhile, Israeli forces invaded, on Wednesday afternoon, the town of Tel, southwest of Nablus in the northern occupied West Bank, triggering protests among local Palestinian youths.
Soldiers opened fire at those who resisted the incursion with live ammunition and tear gas canisters, shooting two young men, while a number of others suffered the toxic effects of tear gas inhalation.