Israeli soldiers injured, on Sunday evening, one Palestinian with live fire, and at least seventeen who suffered the effects of tear gas inhalation, after the army attacked a procession east of Jabalia, in the northern part of the Gaza strip.

Dozens of Palestinians nonviolently marched on their lands, east of Jabalia, raised Palestinian flags,  and chanted for ending the ongoing Israeli siege on Gaza before the soldiers attacked them with live rounds, high-velocity gas bombs, and concussion grenades.

The soldiers were stationed across the perimeter fence mainly behind sand hills; they also used quadcopter drones in attacking the protesters.

Medical sources said a young Palestinian man was shot with a live round before he was rushed to the Indonesian hospital in Beit Lahia, while dozens suffered the effects of tear gas inhalation.

On Saturday evening, the Israeli army injured eleven Palestinians, including three who suffered moderate wounds, during protests near the perimeter fence, east of Gaza city, in the besieged coastal region. Dozens of residents, including journalists, suffered the effects of tear gas inhalation.

On Saturday at dawn, Palestinian Medical sources in Gaza have confirmed that a child, identified as Omar Hasan Abu an-Neel, 12, died from serious wounds he suffered a week earlier after Israeli soldiers shot and seriously wounded him, in the eastern part of the coastal region.