Occupied Palestine (In Palestine Today)- The Ministry of Health said that two young men were killed after being critically wounded by Israeli soldiers on Tuesday.
It also said that 64 young men were also wounded, of whom six were critically wounded, by Israeli bullets during protests.
Local sources said dozens of protesters were suffocated during confrontations with Israeli soldiers in Ramallah during a general strike that included all parts of occupied Palestine from the river to the sea.
In Bet Seira in western Ramallah, three young men were wounded with live ammunition. Local sources said Israeli soldiers showered protesters near the apartheid wall with bullets.
In Nablus, dozens of young men were wounded by the Israeli live and rubber-coated metal bullets as well as by tear gas.
The head of the Palestinian Red Crescent in Nablus Ahmad Jebril said medical teams have dealt with 17 injuries, including 2 with live ammunition, 13 with tear gas canisters, and 2 by beating.
The Ministry of Health also said that five injuries were treated in Beit Jala hospital, three of which are in the limbs and two by tear gas canisters.
In the Palestinian capital city, the Red Cresent said that it has dealt with 16 bullet injuries and two tear-gas suffocation cases in Bab Al Amoud and the Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood.
The Red Crescent also said that Israeli forces targeted an ambulance in Al Bireh, wounding one paramedic.