Israeli Occupation Forces (IOF) fired tear gas and rubber bullets at around 100 protesters at Aida refugee camp between 4pm and 7pm.
The group, including some children, had overturned rubbish skips to form a blockade under the iconic “Key of Return” at the entrance of the camp.
One of the Palestinian children present, 12-year old Ahmed, said: “We’re here for the Martyrs. We’re here for Jerusalem”.
Demonstrators threw stones, Molotov cocktails and home-made explosives at soldiers and eventually set fire to car tyres in the main entrance of the camp.
Red Crescent paramedics were present at the scene although no Palestinian casualties were reported.
Some protesters told reporters that a soldier had been injured in the leg by a home-made bomb and had to be rescued by military stretcher.
The crowd, which remained for around two hours, was dispersed when Israeli forces drove a military vehicle down the street that shot multiple tear gas canisters into the camp.
Residents continued to hear explosions of home-made bombs and shots being fired into the night.
Aida camp is situated directly opposite an Israeli military base and Rachel’s Tomb, both of which are enclosed by the apartheid wall, which also borders the west side of the camp.
It was established following the 1948 Nakba (catastrophe) and is now home to around 6,000 Palestinian refugees.
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