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Published Date: Sunday 8 December 2019 - 11:51:39
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Israeli forces injures 37 Palestinians in renewed return March protests

Israeli forces injures 37 Palestinians in renewed return March protests
World  - Dozens of Palestinians were injured on Friday when Israeli occupation forces (IOF) opened fire at the protesters taking part in the Great March of Return East of Gaza.

Gaza's Ministry of Health announced that 37 Palestinian citizen, including 10 children and a medic, suffered injuries by IOF live bullets and tear gas canisters, Palinfo reported.

Thousands of Palestinians marched along the Eastern border of the Gaza Strip on the 83rd Friday of the Great March of Return protests following a three-week halt.

The Gaza Strip Palestinians launched the Great March of Return on 30 March 2018 to demand the right of return for Palestinian refugees and call for ending the decade-long blockade on Gaza.

The border protests, while being completely peaceful, have been quelled violently by the IOF. So far 362 Palestinians have been killed and over 32,000 wounded.

 

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Published Date: Sunday 8 December 2019 - 11:51:39
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