A Palestinian, Sunday, was shot and injured by live ammunition fired by Israeli forces, after he allegedly approached the barbed-wire fence between Gaza and Israel, to the east of Khan Younis, south of the Gaza Strip, said WAFA medical sources.
Israeli forces stationed along the Gaza borders reportedly opened live fire on a group of Palestinians after they allegedly approached the Israeli-installed barbed-wire fence along Gaza’s border with Israel, shooting and injuring a youth.
A Palestinian was admitted to the European hospital in southern Gaza, with live ammunition wounds to the foot. His condition was described as moderate.
More than 120 Palestinians have been killed by Israeli forces since March 30, the start of the ‘Great March of Return’ protests. The protests left over 13,000 other people injured, including more than 300 critical condition.
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