A Palestinian was killed as Israeli soldiers intervened in protests in the West Bank.

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At the call of Palestinian groups, protests against Jewish settlements took place in the towns of Bayta and Beit Decin in Nablus, Kefr Kaddum in Kalkiliya and Silvad in Ramallah.

As Israeli soldiers attacked these protests in various parts of the West Bank with real rubber bullets and tear gas, Palestinians responded with stones by burning vehicle tires on the roads.

In a written statement made by the Palestinian Ministry of Health, it was reported that a Palestinian was killed in the fire opened by Israeli soldiers with live ammunition during the events in the town of Beyta in Nablus.

In the statement, while no information was given on the identity of the Palestinian who lost his life, it was also noted that 6 Palestinians injured by live ammunition were transferred to Rafediya State Hospital in Nablus.

According to information from local sources, it was stated that the person who lost his life was a 15-year-old Palestinian named Mohammed Said Hamayil.

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On the other hand, in a written statement made by the Palestinian Red Crescent, it is stated that 9 Palestinians were injured in the town of Beyta, including 6 people who were taken to Rafediya State Hospital.

In the statement, it was pointed out that dozens of people were affected by tear gas during protests held in various parts of the West Bank.

Events in the West Bank continue.


There are over 250 illegal Jewish settlements in the West Bank, which Israel occupied in 1967. Over 500,000 Jewish settlers living in these places make life even more difficult for Palestinians living under occupation in the West Bank.

Under international law, all Jewish settlements in the occupied territories are considered illegal.

Following the Aqsa Intifada (2nd Intifada) that erupted in Palestine in 2000, the Israeli administration began building a “Separation Wall” between the West Bank and Israel in 2002 for “security” reasons. Due to the separation wall, nearly 3 million Palestinians from the West Bank cannot enter occupied East Jerusalem and Israel.

Israeli soldiers respond with live and rubber bullets, as well as tear gas and sometimes pressurized sewage, to weekly Friday protests against the separation wall and the illegal construction of Jewish settlements.

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