Israeli security forces have shot and killed two Palestinian protesters with live ammunition in Marda and Iskaka, in Salfit, Central West Bank.
The protesters were reportedly killed during the ongoing protests at West Bank amid tensions with Gaza.
“Two citizens who arrived in serious condition at Salfit hospital after being wounded by Israeli army live fire to the chest and stomach… are dead,” said the Palestinian Health Ministry.
The Israeli Army has not yet commented on the shootings but claimed earlier that Palestinian citizens were ave thrown rocks and shot fireworks at troops.
The Palestinian Authority announced that 150 have been wounded in the West Bank clashes so far.
There were also reports of Lebanese and Jordanian protesters who have amassed at Israel’s borders to show support for Palestinians.
The Israeli Army reported that they fired warning shots toward a group of protesters who crossed from Lebanon and damaged the border fence.
In Jordan, riot police were force to disperse pro-Palestinian protesters trying to reach the King Hussein Bridge which leads into the West Bank.