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2 more Palestinians injured by Israeli bullet fire near Gaza border

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Bulk32GAZA (PNIC):-Two Palestinian young men sustained injuries on Thursday evening after they were shot by Israeli snipers near Gaza’s border fence, east of Khan Younis province.

According to eye-witnesses, Israeli snipers deployed near the border fence in Khuza’a town, east of Khan Younis in the southern Gaza Strip, opened fire at a group of Palestinians, critically injuring one of them.

Another Palestinian sustained moderate wounds after he was shot by Israeli snipers deployed east of the Bureij refugee camp.

The witnesses said the Palestinians posed no threat to the soldiers and were gathering peacefully in the area. They were also at least 200 meters away from the border fence.

At least 34 Palestinians, including three children, have been killed since the outbreak of “The Great March of Return” protests, on March 30. 3,079 others have been left wounded, 106 among them in critical conditions.

 
 
 
 
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