The Palestinian popular resistance committee in the village said in a statement that Israeli soldiers “directly attacked the peaceful march, firing tear-gas canisters, stun grenades and live fire” at protesters.
The said that one protester was injured by a live bullet in the leg.
Seven other activists were assaulted by soldiers who struck them with the butt of their rifles, the committee said.
The statement added that three children were also assaulted by Israeli soldiers during the protest.
One of the children was identified as Marah Naji Tamimi, who was taken to the Yasser Arafat Hospital in Salfit after a soldier reportedly beat her on the head with the butt of his rifle.
Dozens of other protesters suffered from excessive tear gas inhalation during the protest.
An Israeli military spokeswoman told Ma’an that there was a “violent riot of 200 Palestinians” and that Israeli soldiers “operated to disperse the riot.”
“When they identified an instigator throwing a Molotov cocktail and they felt an immediate danger, they opened fire toward his lower extremities.”
The people of Nabi Saleh have been protesting weekly for five years, demanding that lands confiscated by Israeli authorities to build the separation wall be returned.
In 2004, the International Court of Justice called on Israel to stop construction of the separation wall within the occupied West Bank.
When completed, 85 percent of the wall will run inside the West Bank.
The internationally recognized Palestinian territories of which the West Bank and East Jerusalem form a part have been occupied by the Israeli military since 1967.