Five Palestinians were injured during clashes with Israeli forces in Dehesha refugee camp, near Bethlehem, while a sixth was injured by Israeli fire while he was on his way to work in Jerusalem, according to security sources.
Clashes erupted between Israeli forces and Palestinian teenagers at the entrance to the camp, during which the forces used live fire to disperse them, injuring five of them, including one in the head, WAFA reported.
The five were moved to nearby Beit Jala public hospital, where their conditions were described as moderate.
The Israeli forces arrested two Palestinians in the aftermath of the clashes.
Meanwhile, a Palestinian worker from nearby al-Abidiya village was injured in his thigh bone by Israeli forces fire while he was on his way to work in Jerusalem. He was identified as Ahmad Radaydah, 27.
Israeli forces carry out raids across the occupied Palestinian territory on a near-nightly basis, with the UN recording an average of 95 weekly raids in the West Bank in 2016, and 73 weekly raids on average thus far in 2017.
The majority of raids are carried in cities, villages, and refugee camps located in Area A which should be under full Palestinian Authority control according to the Oslo agreements.