The Israeli military attacks the weekly protest on Nil'in
One young man was injured and dozens of Palestinians and internationals suffered the effects of tear gas inhalation on Friday as Israeli soldiers attacked the weekly nonviolent protest against the wall in N'ilin village near the central West Bank city of Ramallah.
After the midday prayers at the local mosque, villagers and their supporters marched toward the location of the Israeli Wall.
According to farmers Israeli soldiers attacked them and their international supporters as soon as they left the village by firing tear gas at them.
One young man was taken to hospital with an injury to his shoulder while dozens suffered effects of tear gas.
The village youth hurled paint bombs at the soldiers. The military reported no injures but the villagers said that they "changed the colors of some jeeps" with the paint-filled balloons.