The Gaza health ministry has confirmed that Faris al-Sirsawi, 12, and Mahmoud Akram Abu Samaan, 24, were killed near the fence east of the Gaza Strip by Israeli sniper fire.
The 2 #Palestinians killed by the #Israeli Occupation forces in the east of the #GazaStrip today.
Reports of a new #Palestinian killed #GreatReturnMarch #StopArmingIsrael #ICC4Israel pic.twitter.com/dYmymvchKv
— ??Mohammed Baroud?? (@MohammedBaroud9) October 5, 2018
According to the ministry’s spokesperson Ashra al-Qidra, 376 others have been wounded, including a parademic and a journalist.
Today, Great Return March, was too hard there near the Israeli separated fence along the eastern parts of #Gaza Strip.
This is me today when Israeli gas bombs were falling from the sky like the rain. #GreatReturnMarch #GazaToUN #IsraeliCrimes #ICC4Israel pic.twitter.com/l0Ri2opsQ9
— Bahaa.Shammala ?? Gaza ✌ (@palbahaa) October 5, 2018
Since the protests began on March 30, Israeli forces have killed over 190 Palestinians in the besieged coastal enclave and wounded more than 20,000 people, according to health officials in Gaza.
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