Dozens of Palestinians were suffocated during an Israeli army invasion in the town of Beita, south of the Nablus, in the northern parts of the occupied West Bank.

The soldiers invaded the town and fired live rounds, stun grenades, and tear gas canisters against the residents, leading to protests.

Palestinian medics treated many Palestinians who suffered the severe effects of tear gas inhalation, cuts and bruises.

The invasion, a daily occurrence in the West Bank, target various communities, and include violent searched of homes and property, leading to extensive damage and the confiscation of Palestinian property.

The invasions, abductions, confiscations of property, including vehicles, cash and gold, and annexations of lands, in addition to demolitions, are part of the constant Israeli violations, targeting the lives of more than 3 million Palestinians living in the West Bank.

The occupied West Bank is under Israeli military law, granting the Israeli military commanders full executive, legislative, and judicial control over the lives of the Palestinians.