Eight citizens, including paramedics, were wounded on Monday during clashes with Israeli forces near Joseph’s Tomb site, east of Nablus.
According to local sources, two paramedics were wounded by glass shrapnel when they were inside the ambulance before its windshield was shattered.
Six other civilians were wounded by rubber bullets during the clashes, and were taken to hospital for treatment. In addition, a number of Palestinian civilians were treated for tear gas inhalation.
Hundreds of settlers stormed Joseph’s tomb last night, where they carried out Talmudic rituals under heavy protection by the Israeli army.