On Tuesday evening, Israeli soldiers injured many Palestinians, including children, during protests in several parts of the central West Bank governorate of Ramallah.

Media sources said the soldiers shot two teenage boys, 17, with live rounds in their thighs during protests at the northern entrance of the Al-Biereh city.

The soldiers also fired gas bombs, concussion grenades, and rubber-coated steel bullets at the protests.

In Deir Abu Mashal village, west of Ramallah, the soldiers shot a child, 15, with a live round in the thigh and a young man with a rubber-coated steel bullet in the head, and caused many Palestinians to suffer the effects of tear gas inhalation.

In Al-Biereh city, the soldiers invaded the Jabal At-Taweel area, leading to protests, and fired many gas bombs and concussion grenades.

In addition, the army caused a fire in Palestinian farmland after firing many gas bombs and concussion grenades at protesters in Deir Jarir village, northeast of the city.

Similar invasions and attacks occurred in Betunia town, west of Ramallah, after the army invaded it.

In the Al-Jalazoun refugee camp, north of Ramallah, the soldiers shot two young Palestinian men with live fire, one in the leg and one in the thigh.