Tens suffered breathing difficulties and received field treatment due to the heavy firing of tear gas by Israeli occupation forces
Israeli occupation forces wounded on Friday four Palestinian children during peaceful protests in different areas across occupied West Bank.
Palestinian medical sources said that the Israeli occupation forces shot live bullets at the peaceful protesters and wounded four of them in Kafr Qaddum, Nilin and Bilin villages.
The sources said that the Israeli occupation forces wounded three Palestinian children in the village of Kafr Qaddum in the northern West Bank district of Qalqiliya.
In addition, the sources said that a large number of the Israeli occupation soldiers, escorted by Israeli military vehicles, raided the village and fired large amounts of tear gas canisters and rubber bullets into the crowd of protesters.
According to the sources, tens of the protesters suffocated due to the barrages of tear gas canisters the Israeli occupation forces threw at them.
Meanwhile, the Israeli occupation forces shot live bullets at the peaceful protesters in Nilin in the central West Bank city of Ramallah.
Palestinian Red Crescent sources said that the Palestinian child Mohamed Omera was shot with a live bullet and before affording first aid to him, the Israeli occupation forces kidnapped him and tranferred him to an unknown place.
Hundreds of Palestinians, joined with tens of foreign activists, organise weekly protests against the Israeli Apartheid Wall, which divided the Palestinian territories in the occupied West Bank and Jerusalem into cantons.
Israeli occupation violently crackdown on these protests, shot dead and wound the Palestinian and the foreign protesters.