Israeli forces were attacked by several Palestinian and international journalists in the central Occupied West Bank, where they protested against the Tel Aviv regime's violence against the spokesmen in the occupied territories.
The Israeli forces opened up a tear gas to disperse the reporters gathered at the Qalandiya checkpoint north of Jerusalem al-Quds on Saturday afternoon.
Among the wounded was the leader of the Palestinian journalist trade union Nasser Abu Bakr.
Abu Bakr has demanded that they be responsible for those who commit violence against journalists.
He said that international journalists, including members of the International Federation of Journalists and the Arab League of Journalists, participated in the protest.
Since the beginning of this year, he has said that some 7,000 violations and attacks against Palestinians by the Israeli army have been recorded.
Palestinian journalists Ahmad AbuA Hussein and Yasser Murtaja inherited Israeli wounds that were wounded this year while covering the Occupy Occupations along the border between bare Gaza and occupied land.
Tel Aviv is therefore seeking a media crisis for the crimes of its soldiers, while Israeli Cabinet Ministers approve the controversial bill in mid-June, which would criminalize the recording of certain military activities.
According to the proposed legislation, those who find photographs, filming or recording Israeli soldiers "for the purpose of undermining the spirit" of the army "punish five years in prison", and those who "intend to harm" could provide Israel with 10 years of imprisonment.
The bill, which was heavily censured as an attack on media freedom, needs more parliamentary votes to become law.
In recent months, Israeli soldiers have captured a camera that brutally kills the Palestinians on numerous occasions, videos are viral on the web and are responsible for convictions of the overheads.