Palestinian sources have reported that a Palestinian, who was shot and seriously injured by Israeli army fire in the year 2018 in northern Gaza, died from his wounds on Tuesday, February 21, 2023.

The sources said the Palestinian, Mohammad Sami Abu Al-Omarein, 24, was injured east of Jabalia, in the northern part of the Gaza Strip.

Israeli soldiers injured the Palestinians during the Great Return March that started near the perimeter fence along the eastern parts of the besieged Gaza Strip on March 30, 2018, which also marks Palestinian Land Day.

More than 200 Palestinians, including medics and journalists, were killed near the fence along the eastern parts of the Gaza Strip during the Great Return March protests that went in for 86 weeks.

Israeli soldiers also injured more than 33,000 Palestinians, including many who suffered serious wounds, and had their limbs amputated, especially due to the Israeli use of illegal expanding bullets,

Among the slain and injured Palestinians were many medics, such as Razan Ashraf Najjar, 22, who was killed on June 1, 2018, and journalists, such as photojournalist Yasser Mortaja, 31, who was killed on April 6, 2018.

On Thursday dawn, the Palestinian Health Ministry confirmed the death of Mohammad Nabil Fawzi Abu Sabah, 29, who was shot and seriously injured by Israeli soldiers in Jenin, in the northern West Bank, two weeks ago.

On Wednesday, Israeli soldiers killed eleven Palestinians, injured more than 102, six seriously, and caused more than  250 Palestinians to suffer the effects of tear gas inhalation and other minor wounds.

The slain Palestinians, as officially confirmed by the Palestinian Health Ministry, are:

  1. Anan Shawkat Ennab, 66.
  2. Adnan Sabe’ Ba’ara, 72.
  3. Mohammad Khaled Anbousi, 25.
  4. Tamer Nimir Ahmad Minawi, 33.
  5. Mos’ab Monir Mohammad Oweiss, 26.
  6. Husam Bassam Isleem, 24.
  7. Mohammad Abu Kabr Al-Juneidi, 23.
  8. Walid Riyad Hussein Dakheel, 23.
  9. Abdul-Hadi Abdul-Aziz Ashqar, 61.
  10. Mohammad Farid Sha’ban, 16.
  11. Jasser Jamil Abdul-Wahab Qaneer, 23.