Dozens of injuries in IOF suppression of protests in Gaza, West Bank
Israeli occupation forces suppress demonstrators near the separation fence east of Gaza City.
A Palestinian youth was injured by rubber-coated metal bullets and dozens others suffered from suffocation, today, Friday, during the Israeli occupation forces’ suppression of demonstrations near the Israeli-erected separation fence, east of Gaza City.
Four Palestinians were injured by rubber-coated metal bullets and dozens others suffered from suffocation during the Israeli occupation army’s suppression of an anti-settlement march in Qaryut, south of Nablus.
Israeli occupation soldiers clamp down on #Palestinian protesters taking part in an anti-colonization protest in the village of Qaryout, north of the occupied West Bank, today. pic.twitter.com/AHND2gV2In— Quds News Network (@QudsNen) September 15, 2023
The occupation forces fired rubber-coated metal bullets, stun grenades, and toxic tear gas bombs at the participants, wounding four citizens with metal bullets, one straight in the face, and resulting in the suffocation of dozens others.
Ahmed Jibril, director of the emergency and first aid center of the Red Crescent in Nablus, reported that the Palestinian shot in the face had his nose broken and was suffering from hemorrhage, so he received first aid and was later transferred to the hospital.
On their part, the Factional Coordination Committee in Nablus Governorate, the Colonization and Wall Resistance Commission, and the Popular Resistance Committees called on citizens to participate in the march in defense of lands threatened by seizure.
In Qalqilya, several cases of suffocation were reported during confrontations with the occupation forces at the northern entrance to the town of Kafr Qaddoum.
In the Gaza Strip, a Palestinian youth was injured by a gas bomb fired by the occupation forces toward demonstrators east of Khan Yunis, south of the Strip.
A local source reported that the occupation soldiers stationed inside their fortified military barricades and vehicles fired metal bullets and tear gas canisters at dozens of Palestinian youths demonstrating east of Khan Yunis in protests against the siege imposed on the Gaza Strip.
Five Palestinians were martyred and several others were injured, some with serious conditions, on Wednesday evening, following the explosion of a suspicious object in the Maleka camp, east of Gaza City.
Confrontations had erupted earlier between Palestinian youths and the Israeli military near the Maleka Israeli military site. During the confrontations, Israeli soldiers fired live ammunition and gas canisters at the Palestinian youths.