Palestinians in the occupied West Bank city of Ramallah marched in solidarity, on Wednesday, with 500 symbolic coffins bearing the names of people killed by Israeli forces in Gaza, a Ma’an News Agency reporter said.The rally was organized by the municipalities of Ramallah, al-Bireh, and Beituniya.

Laila Ghannam, the governor of the Ramallah and al-Bireh district, participated in the rally, along with members of Fatah’s central committee, according to Ma’an.

‘Palestinians are united and cannot be divided,’ declared Ghannam at the rally:

‘The blood of children is a stigma on the forehead of the silent world that claims to respect human rights…

‘The blood of our people in the West Bank is mixed with the blood of Gazans. The blood is one, the decision is one, and the goal is one.’

A Palestinian was shot and injured on Wednesday, by live Israeli ammunition in al-Arroub refugee camp, to the north of Hebron, as Israeli forces raided and searched several houses in the town of Halhul, according to a WAFA security source.

Israeli soldiers raided the camp and fired on residents, shooting and injuring one Mahmoud Abu Sal in the leg. He taken to Hebron Governmental hospital for treatment.

No kidnappings were reported.

The Hebron district is located in the West Bank, illegaly occupied by Israel since 1967.