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Israeli airstrike over medical point in southern Gaza

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Eng304GAZA (PNIC):-The Israeli army at nightfall Thursday hit a mobile clinic near Gaza’s border fence with a shell, the Palestinian Health Ministry has reported.

Spokesman for the Gaza-based Palestinian Health Ministry said the Israeli occupation forces dropped a mortar into a makeshift clinic in Khuza’a town, east of Khan Younis province, south of Gaza.

Heavy material damage was reportedly inflicted by the strike.

Since the start of the Great March of Return protests, on March 30, Makeshift clinics have been set up by Palestinians along the Gaza border to tend to civilians, medical staff members, and journalists injured by Israeli soldiers.

The protests have been staged to speak up for Palestinians’ right to return to their motherland—Palestine—from which they have been forcibly deported by the Israeli occupation.

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