46 Palestinians injured by the Israeli army in Gaza

On Friday evening, 46 Palestinians were injured by the Israeli army when the Israeli army opened fire on participants in the marches of return and breaking the siege, which this week held the title "No to annex the West Bank to Israel."

Our correspondent quoted the Palestinian Ministry of Health as saying that 46 Palestinians were wounded, including 3 paramedics and one girl.

Our correspondent said that the border has witnessed a wide Palestinian participation, and was also met with escalating the level of dealing with marches by the Israeli army.

He added that the Israeli army, opened fire and tear gas heavily today to disperse and expel the demonstrators, which led a number of injuries and suffocation cases.

"No to annex the West Bank to Israel" came in response to David Friedman, the former US ambassador to Israel "Israel has the right to annex parts of the West Bank."

In the same context, the spokesman of "Hamas" movement, Abdel Latif Al-Qanoua, "the march of return and breaking the siege continues and this Friday comes to emphasize the rejection of the Palestinian people to liquidate the cause, and that the West Bank is an integral part of the land of Palestine."

Since March 2018, Gazans have participated in the marches of return near the separation fence, demanding the return of refugees to their towns and villages, and lifting the siege.


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