On Friday, Israeli soldiers invaded Burin town, south of the northern West Bank city of Nablus, and wounded at least twenty-one Palestinians, including children, in addition to two international peace activities.

Ahmad Jibril, the head of the Emergency Department of the Palestinian Red Crescent Society (PRCS) in Nablus, said the soldiers shot five Palestinians with rubber-coated steel bullets.

Jibril added that the army also fired dozens of gas bombs at random, some striking homes, causing fifteen Palestinians, including children, to suffer the effects of tear gas inhalation.

Jibril also said that one Palestinian and two international solidarity activists were injured after falling when the soldiers invaded the town and started firing gas bombs and concussion grenades.

He added that the soldiers assaulted Palestinian medics while providing first aid to a wounded Palestinian.

The attacks occurred when the soldiers invaded the eastern area of the town and attacked dozens of Palestinians, and international peace activists, participating in a peaceful activity to rehabilitate and plant Palestinian lands.

In related news, Ghassan Daghlas, a Palestinian official who monitors Israel’s illegal colonialist activities in the northern West Bank, said many illegal Israeli colonizers attacked, on Thursday night, Palestinian cars and assaulted many Palestinians with pepper spray near the main street leading to Douma town, south of Nablus.

Many Palestinians, including an infant, were injured in the attack, while several cars sustained damage.