Three young men were injured by rubber bullets, one of them in the eye, while dozens were suffocated during clashes with Israeli soldiers in Qalandia camp, north of Jerusalem.
The occupation forces stormed the camp, and its snipers climbed onto the roofs of the buildings adjacent to the main street near the camp, which led to the outbreak of clashes with the youths.
In addition to that the so-called border guards issued violations of citizens and cars and arrested a number of shop owners.
For its part, the Israeli police announced that a member of its “border guards” was injured by a stone in the face during clashes in Qalandia, noting that the soldier was transferred to Al-Makassed Hospital in Jerusalem for treatment, and his wounds were described as light, according to the police.
The police said that clashes erupted during the withdrawal of “border guards”, which were carrying out “law enforcement” in the Kafr Aqab area, adjacent to Qalandia camp