Israeli soldiers injured, Friday, several Palestinians during a nonviolent procession against the illegal takeover of Palestinian lands to pave a new road for the army and the colonialist settlers in the ath-Thaghra area, west of Hizma town, northeast of the occupied Palestinian capital, Jerusalem.

Media sources said the Palestinians marched carrying Palestinian flags and chanting against the escalating Israeli violations and the ongoing occupation and headed towards their lands to perform noon prayers on them, for the third consecutive week.

They added that the soldiers attacked the Palestinians with rubber-coated steel bullets, wounding at least one, in addition to firing many gas bombs, causing many to suffer the effects of tear gas inhalation.

The Palestinians were also protesting the illegal takeover of dozens of Dunams of their lands in the area, and the Israeli restrictions preventing the farmers and the shepherds from entering their farmlands and grazing areas.