Israeli forces wound 64 protesters in Gaza protests

Aug 03,2019

Since start of protests, Israeli occupation have killed 311 Palestinians, including 44 children, two women, nine disabled, two journalists and four paramedics.

Israeli occupation forces shot and wounded 64 peaceful Palestinian protesters during Friday protests of Great March of Return and Breaking the Siege in Gaza.

According to Al-Mezan Centre for Human Rights, the number included 27 children, one woman, a female paramedic and two journalists.

The protests started on 30 March 2018 to call for ending the 13-year-old strict and oppressive Israeli siege imposed on Gaza, as well as to reinforce the Palestinians’ right of return to their homeland they were forced out in 1948.

Since the start of the protests, the Israeli occupation forces have killed 311 Palestinians, including 44 children, two women, nine disabled, two journalists and four paramedics.

In addition, they have wounded 17,512 protesters, including 4,213 children, 782 women, 177 journalists and 205 paramedics.

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