Several Palestinian and international journalists were wounded by Israeli forces in the central occupied West Bank, where they protested against Tel Aviv's violence against members of the press in the occupied territories.
Israeli forces fired tear gas to disperse journalists who gathered in Qalandiya's checkpoint north of Jerusalem al-Quds on Saturday afternoon.
The head of the Palestinian journalist syndicate, Nasser Abu Bakr, was among the wounded.
Abu Bakr demanded that those who commit violence against journalists should be held accountable.
He also said that international journalists, including members of the International Federation of Journalists and the Arab Federation of Journalists, also took part in the protest.
Since the beginning of the current year, it has been reported that there have been 7,000 violations and attacks on the Palestinians by the Israeli army.
Palestinian journalists Ahmad Abu Husayn and Yasser Murtaja succumbed to Israeli gunfire at the beginning of this year, covering protests against occupation along the Gaza Strip and the occupied lands.
Tel Aviv was looking for media delays in the criminal activities of its soldiers, with Israeli cabinet ministers endorsing a controversial bill in mid-June that would criminalize the shooting of some military activities.
Under the proposed legislation, those who have found photography, recording or filming Israeli troops "with the intent to undermine the spirit" of the army, may be subject to a five-year prison sentence "and those who" want to hurt "the prison.
The bill, widely condemned as an attack on media freedom, requires several parliamentary votes to become law.
In recent months, Israeli troops have been captured on numerous occasions by a camera that brutally kills the Palestinians, videos are spreading virally online, and the conviction of a military unit of the regime.