Several Palestinian and international journalists have been injured by Israeli forces in the central occupied West Bank, where they protest the Tel Aviv regime's violence against members of the press in the occupied territories.
Israeli forces fired tear gas to disperse journalists gathered at the Qalandiya checkpoint north of Jerusalem al-Quds on Saturday afternoon.
Head of Syndicated Palestinian Journalist Nasser Abu Bakar was among the wounded.
Abu Bakar demanded that those who commit violence against journalists should be held accountable.
He said that international journalists, including members of the Federation of International Journalists and the Federation of Arab Journalists also took part in the protest.
Since the beginning of the year, he said, around 7,000 violations and attacks on Palestinians by the Israeli military were recorded.
Palestinian journalists Ahmad AbuA Hussein and Yasser Murtaja surrendered to the gunshot wounds inflicted by Israel earlier this year, while covering anti-occupation protests along the border between the besieged Gaza Strip and occupied land.
Tel Aviv has been seeking media outages for the crimes of its soldiers, with Israeli cabinet ministers ratifying the debated bill in mid-June which would criminalize the filming of certain military activities.
Under the proposed law, those found photographing, recording or filming Israeli forces "with the intention of undermining the spirit of" soldiers "will be responsible for five years in prison" and they "intend to endanger" Israeli security can be given 10 years in prison.
The bill, which has been widely criticized as an attack on media freedom, requires some parliamentary votes to become laws.
In recent months, Israeli forces have been brutally captured on several occasions by killing Palestinians, with the videos becoming viral online and triggering criticism of the regime's military.