Several dozen Palestinians were injured in clashes with Israeli soldiers during a demonstration on November 24 in the West Bank near the village of Khirbet Humsa al-Fawqa.
A demonstration by Palestinians denouncing Israeli annexations in the West Bank turned into clash with the Hebrew state military on November 24 in the Jordan Valley. According to Al Jazeera, 24 people were injured during the clashes filmed by the Ruptly agency near the village of Khirbet Humsa al-Fawqa. The demonstrators threw stones at the soldiers while they used tear gas and de-encirclement grenades.
During this exchange, Israeli soldiers attempted to stop an injured protester in an ambulance.
The demonstrators protested against the destruction of buildings, considered as an attempt of annexation by Israel which occupies these territories, arguing that the Palestinian constructions were carried out illegally.