BETHLEHEM (MA'AN) -- At least three Palestinians were injured by Israeli forces amid clashes across the Palestinian territory Friday, according to Palestinian and Israeli sources.
Medics told Ma’an Israeli forces shot and injured two Palestinians with live fire in eastern Gaza City.
An Israeli army spokesperson confirmed that two hits were made when clashes broke out after dozens of "rioters" attempted to "damage the security fence and infiltrate the buffer zone."
Israeli forces responded by "firing shots toward the instigators,” she added.
In the southern occupied West Bank district of Hebron, an Israeli army vehicle ran over and injured a Palestinian teenager during clashes in al-Arrub refugee camp.
Local sources said an Israeli army vehicle ran over Muhammad Nidhal Abu Ghazi,15, before youths took him in a private car to a hospital in Hebron in moderate condition.
Several people suffered from tear gas inhalation and were treated on the scene.
The clashes in al-Arroub come after a Palestinian was shot and killed
by Israeli forces Thursday at the entrance of camp in the Hebron district, after he reportedly attempted to attack a soldier with an ax.
Two Palestinians were injured by Israeli forces in separate incidents
in the area later the same evening.
Palestinians in the Gaza Strip crowd near the borders with Israel every Friday to show solidarity with what Palestinians in besieged coastal enclave have termed the “Jerusalem Intifada” taking place in the occupied West Bank and East Jerusalem.
More than 1,400 Palestinians have been injured by Israeli forces since the start of this year, the majority during clashes that broke out with the Israeli military during protests in the occupied West Bank, according to the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs.