Israel's soldiers shot Friday with rubber-coated steel balls and tear gas containers in Kafr Qaddum, in the northern occupied West Bank District of Qalqilia.
The coordinator of the weekly premiums Murad Ishteiwi told the Ma News Agency that two Palestinians were injured by rubber coated steel balls and many were affected by inhalation of tear gas.
A demonstrator was transferred to the hospital for treatment, while the rest was treated on site.
Weekly protests in Kafr Qaddum began in 2011, to condemn Israel's illegal landslide and oppose the closure of the main road to the nearest economic center, Nablus.
The road has been closed to Palestinians since 2003, when Israel expanded the illegal colonial settlement of Kedumim.
Ishteiwi stated that Israeli forces occupied two rooftops of the Palestinian homes, to see the protesters, in addition to taking pictures of many of the protesters.