Israeli soldiers fired dozens of gas bombs at Palestinian protesters in Beita village, south of the northern West Bank city of Nablus, causing massive fires in nine warehouses, including one used for storing and selling plastic and cardboard boxes and sheets.

The fire started in the warehouse, which was used for storing and selling plastic and cardboard boxes, and within minutes, spread to more than eight nearby warehouses, completely burning and destroying them.

Palestinian firefighters of the Civil Defense department and the Nablus City Council, managed to contain and extinguish the fire before it reached more nearby stores.

The estimated losses resulting from these fires are said to be in the millions of shekels, especially since the stores are commercial and are used for storing large quantities of supplies.