Updated: Israeli Soldiers Kill Ten Palestinians, Injure 1100 In Gaza

Updated: Israeli Soldiers Kill Ten Palestinians, Injure 1100 In Gaza
30 MAR
4:14 PM

The Number of Palestinians killed by Israeli army fire, Friday, has arrived to ten young men, while at least 1100 were injured.

Many of the wounded Palestinians suffered serious wounds.

Dr. Ashraf Al-Qedra, the spokesperson of the Health Ministry in Gaza, identified the slain Palestinians as:

  1. Jihad Ahmad Freina, (Palestinian security officer) Gaza city.
  2. Mohammad Kamal Najjar, 25, Jabalia, northern Gaza.
  3. Wahid Nasrallah Abu Sammour, 27, Khan Younis, southern Gaza.
  4. Amin Mansour Abu Moammar, 22, Rafah, southern Gaza.
  5. Ibrahim Abu Sha’ar, 22, Rafah, southern Gaza.
  6. Ahmad Ibrahim Odah, 19, Gaza city.
  7. Mahmoud Sa’adi Rami, 33, Gaza city.
  8. Mohammad Naim Abu Amro, 27, Gaza city.

The army also abducted one Palestinian, reportedly after he managed to cross the border fence.

Furthermore, hundreds of Palestinian protesters managed to remove section of the border fence, and cross into the Israeli controlled side.

Updated From: 
Israeli Soldiers Kill Four Palestinians, Including A Child, Seven Since Morning
30, 2018 @ 14:52

Ahmad Odah

The Palestinian Health Ministry has confirmed that Israeli soldiers shot and killed, Friday, four Palestinians, and injured at least 600 others in several parts of the Gaza Strip, after the army earlier killed three others in the coastal region.

The soldiers killed Mahmoud Sa’adi Rahmi, with live fire, east of Gaza city, and injured many other Palestinians, including with live fire.

The Ministry said the soldiers killed Mohammad Abu Omar, 19, and Ahmad Ibrahim Odah, 16, in northern Gaza.

The soldiers also shot and killed Jihad Freina, 33, with live fire, east of Gaza city.

It added that the soldiers shot more than 500 Palestinians, including ten who suffered very serious injuries after being shot with live fire in the upper parts of their bodies, in several parts of the besieged Gaza Strip.

The soldiers also killed a young man, identified as Mohammad Kamel Najjar, 25, with a live fire, east of Jabalia, in northern Gaza.

Mohammad was from Tal az-Za’tar area, in northern Gaza; eyewitnesses said the soldiers fired live rounds directly targeting him.

Furthermore, the soldiers killed Amin Mahmoud Moammar, 38, from Rafah, in the southern part of the Gaza Strip, also after shooting him with live fire.

Earlier on Friday morning, the soldiers fired tank and artillery shells at Palestinian farmers, east of the Al-Qarara area, east of Khan Younis, in the southern part of the Gaza Strip, killing one Palestinian, identified as Omar Wahid Nasrallah Sammour, 27, and seriously wounding another.

The Israeli army said that any Palestinian who enters lands near the border fence, including the agricultural lands, dozens and hundreds of meters away from the border, will be shot.

Today marks the Palestinian Land Day, and the protests are planned to continue, demanding liberation and independence, and the internationally-guaranteed Right of Return of the refugees.

They are expected to continue until May 15, the Palestinian Nakba (Catastrophe) Day, which marks the establishment of Israel on the historic Palestine in 1948, after displacing hundreds of thousands in Palestinians, and destroying hundreds of villages and towns.

Amin Moammar

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