Day of anger ends in dozens of Palestinian wounded

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The protests began after the Muslim prayer and covered different towns and villages. | Photo: EFE

Dozens of Palestinians were injured on Friday during clashes between protesters and security forces Israelites in occupied West Bank.
The Palestinian movement to the Fata convened the protest called “Day of rage” in solidarity with the hunger strike carried out more than 1,500 Palestinian prisoners in Israel.

Call the #DíaDeLaIra in support of Palestinian prisoners #MNTVC pic.twitter.com/7wZT9RKelK – Meganoticias TVC (@MeganoticiasTVC) 28 April 2017 according to the israeli army, some 2,000 Palestinians took part in “violent disturbances in various locations” throughout the day, and Israeli forces responded with “crowd control measures”.
The measures were tear gas, rubber bullets and live ammunition.
Protests began after the Muslim prayer on Friday at noon and spread in the afternoon in towns, villages and Palestinian refugee camps. 

Israeli soldiers fire on Palestinian demonstrators in Bethlehem. Source: EFE Red Crescent reported that in the city of Ramallah and nearby towns such as Bil ‘ in and Nabi Saleh there were several wounded by tear gas, rubber bullets and real bullets impacts.
At least five people were injured in military control of Qalandia, separating Ramallah from Jerusalem and several young people were injured near Nablus.