AL-KHALIL, (PIC)-- Angry Palestinian young men protesting Israel's war on the Gaza Strip at dawn Saturday clashed with Israeli troops in an area to the south of Al-Khalil city and attacked their armored vehicles with Molotov cocktails.
Local sources told the Palestinian information center (PIC) that violent clashes happened between young men and Israeli soldiers for the second day at Kharsa junction and at the entrance to Tabaka village.
The young protestors threw stones at the soldiers who responded by firing tear gas grenades and live bullets at them. Some young men suffered injuries.
During the events, some protestors threw incendiary bombs at Israeli military vehicles in an attempt to burn them.
In earlier events, thousands of Palestinians in Al-Khalil city participated in a massive march on Friday in solidarity with Gaza and chanted slogans hailing the Palestinian resistance and urging it to avenge the Palestinian blood.
During the march, Palestinian Authority security forces attacked the protestors and engaged in hand-to-hand fighting with them.
Violent clashes also broke out on the same day between Palestinian protestors opposing Israel's aggression against Gaza and Israeli troops in different areas of Al-Khalil, particularly in Al-Aroub refugee camp, Beit Ummar and Halhoul, Beit Aynun and Bab Azzawiya and Al-Fawwar refugee camp.