Israeli soldiers killed, Saturday, four Palestinians, and injured 316 others, including 14 who suffered life-threatening wounds, during protests across the perimeter fence, in the eastern parts of the Gaza Strip.
On Saturday at night, a Palestinian teen, identified as Bilal Mahmoud Najjar (Abu Jamous), 17, from Bani Soheila near Khan Younis, in southern Gaza Strip, died from serious wounds suffered earlier after the soldiers shot him with live fire.
The Palestinian Health Ministry has reported that, among the wounded are 86 children and 29 women.
Media sources in Gaza said that National Committee for Breaking the Siege has called for a million-person march, marking Land Day, and the first anniversary of the Great Return March, demanding lifting the siege on Gaza, the internationally-guaranteed Right of Return, the liberation of Palestine and independence.
On Saturday evening, the Health Ministry in Gaza said the soldiers killed Tamer Hashem Abu al-Kheir, 17, after shooting him with a live round in the chest, east of Khan Younis, in the southern part of the coastal region.
His death came just hours after the soldiers killed Adham Nidal âAmara, 17, who was fatally shot during the processions east of Gaza city.
On Saturday morning, the soldiers killed Mohammad Jihad Saâad, 20, east of Gaza city, before the Great Return March processions started.
Mohammad was killed after being struck with a bullet shrapnel in the head, near the perimeter fence, east of Gaza city.
He was from the Shejaâeyya neighborhood in Gaza city; his corpse was moved to the Shifa Medical Center.
It is worth mentioning that Mohammad was injured several times since the beginning of the Great Return March procession a year ago.
Among the injured Palestinians are three medics and seven journalists, while the soldiers also caused damage to three ambulances.
In its latest report, the Health Ministry in Gaza said:
Injuries: The soldiers shot 316:
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Updated From: Mar 30, 2019 @ 20:22