49 injured in return marches east of Gaza

49 citizens were wounded by the occupation soldiers, on Friday the 69 marches of return and break the siege along the eastern border of the Gaza Strip, which bore the name "Friday massacre Wadi Homs."

The Ministry of Health reported that of the wounded, 24 live bullets, adding that two of the injured were journalists.

The journalist Osama al-Kahlout was shot in the east of al-Bureij refugee camp during his coverage of the events. He was taken to al-Aqsa Martyrs Hospital for treatment. Photographer Hatem Omar was also wounded by a rubber bullet east of Khan Younis.

The youths threw dozens of Molotov cocktails at the Israeli army, which spread along the border. Soldiers fired live and rubber bullets and tear gas canisters at the protesters.

Thousands gathered in the five camps along the border with the Gaza Strip at the invitation of the National Authority for Return Marches and breaking the siege.


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