2 troops, 1 cop lightly hurt in protests [video]

Security forces lightly injured as left-wingers, Palestinians protest in West Bank, east Jerusalem.

Nilin protest Border police 248.88 (photo credit: Ariel Jerozolimksi )
Nilin protest Border police 248.88
(photo credit: Ariel Jerozolimksi )
Two IDF soldiers and one border policeman were lightly injured on Friday, in a string of separate violent confrontations with left-wing activists and Palestinians across the West Bank and east Jerusalem.
One soldier and one police officer were lightly injured when rocks were thrown at them during a clash between settlers and Palestinians near the West Bank settlement of Neve Tzof.
Approximately one hundred protesters were present at the demonstration. IDF troops arrested seven Palestinians, and security forces dispersed the crowd.

Click here to watch a YouTube video of the demonstration.
The second IDF soldier was lightly wounded by stones hurled at security forces during a protest against the security barrier at the West Bank village of Ni'lin. Some 150 Palestinians and left-wing activists participated in that protest.
In the east Jerusalem neighborhood of Sheikh Jarrah, meanwhile, violence broke out between security forces and left-wing activists who were protesting Israeli treatment of Arabs in the area.
Police arrested 13 of the protesters.