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Petra news source
Gaza, April 13 (Petra) -- At least four Palestinian protesters were injured on Friday after Israeli occupation forces opened gunfire at dozens of demonstrators who gathered on the eastern border of the Gaza Strip on the third Friday of the Great March of Return to demand return of the refugees, local sources said. Soldiers opened gunfire and fired teargas canisters at the non-violent protesters, injuring at least 4 of them in their feet, added the sources.
Gaza health ministry says 30 Palestinians injured, one critically The Gazan health ministry says that 30 Palestinians have been injured during clashes with the IDF along the border with Israel. One of the Palestinians was critically wounded, according to the ministry.
Palestinian protesters in Gaza hurled explosives and firebombs at Israeli troops manning the border, during what the Israel Defense Forces described as “several attempts” to damage the fence between Israel and the Gaza Strip and cross over into Israeli territory. Thousands of Palestinians are taking part in violent riots in five locations along the length of the border, the army says. In addition to trying to cross the barrier, a number of attacks were carried out, with demonstrators throwing Molotov cocktails and explosives at Israeli soldiers.
exactly Haifa near Hezbollah on Lebanese border just today advised residents to prepare for an emergency.
originally posted by: buddah6
Why is this protest coinciding with the gas attack in Syria? Gaza is just taking orders from Iran. Next, there will be trouble in Lebanon. Iran is just buying otime until they see what Trump does.
originally posted by: 1337Kph
The ones who are non-violent are not even being addressed by the IDF. The ones who throw molotovs, storm the borders etc are stopped, shot dead if needed.
Don't like it? Tough luck. Some nations respect their borders.