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AI calls for immediate end to Israeli violations in Gaza

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Bulk291NEW YORK (PNIC):-Amnesty International (AI) condemned the Israeli army's killing of Palestinian civilians in the Gaza Strip.

An AI statement noted that flagrant violations of international humanitarian law have been documented in the coastal enclave and demanded an immediate end to these violations.

The organization also called for ending what it described as the "horror" caused by Israeli attacks, explaining that most of the injured protesters were shot in the upper parts of their bodies, which means that the Israeli snipers deliberately shoot at the Palestinians with the aim of killing them.

According to Gaza's Ministry of Health, at least 55 Gazans were killed on Monday, including two children and two people with special needs, and over 2,200 were injured by Israeli gunfire.

Since the launch of the Great March of Return in the Gaza Strip on 30th March to demand the right of return for Palestinian refugees and call for ending the blockade on the coastal enclave, 97 Palestinians have been killed by Israeli forces and over 11,000 injured.

 
 
 
 
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