Israeli soldiers fired Friday, rubber-coated steel bullets at a Palestinian ambulance, during a protest in Beita town, south of the northern West Bank city of Nablus, causing damage and wounding two medics.
Ahmad Jibril, the head of the Ambulance and Emergency Department at the Palestinian Red Crescent Society (PRCS) in Nablus, said the soldiers deliberately targeted an ambulance during the protests.
Jibril added that two medics were mildly injured in the eye and face when the soldiers fired rubber-coated steel bullets at an ambulance.
He said the Israeli rubber-coated steel bullets shattered the window of the ambulance wounding the two medics by glass shrapnel.
Also on Friday, the soldiers injured more than 400 Palestinians in Abu Sbeih Mountain, in Beita town.
The Israeli army is trying to stop the ongoing processions carried out by the Palestinians, including nighty protests, which have been ongoing since the illegal Israeli colonialist settlers, occupied the mountain top and installed an outpost in early May of this year.
On Friday, June 11th, the soldiers killed a child, identified as Mohammad Sa’id Hamayel, 15, after shooting him with a live round in the heart, and injured more than 110 Palestinians, including 11 who were shot with live rounds, after the army attacked nonviolent protesters in Jabal Abu Sbeih mountain.