Mar 03 2019
Israeli occupation forces killed last week Palestinian child and wounded 204 civilians, including 42 children, nine women, two journalists and four paramedics, reports issued by rights groups said.
The reports noted that three of the wounded suffered critical conditions during the “violent” Israeli occupation crackdown on the protests of the Great March of Return.
In separate incidents in the occupied West Bank, Israeli Occupation forces shot and wounded for Palestinians in the occupied West Bank, including a child and a journalist, over the past week.
Meanwhile, the reports found 128 civilians, including four children were detained by Israeli occupation forces in the occupied West Bank.
The reports also counted 73 Palestinians, including a child were arrested in the occupied city of Jerusalem.
Israeli occupation forces raided, according to the reports, 81 Palestinian homes across the West Bank and carried out two limited incursions in Gaza.
Regarding the Israeli aggression on Palestinian property, the report found that 350 olive trees were uprooted by the Israeli occupation forces and 200 others were destroyed by Israeli Jewish settlers in the West Bank city of Al-Khalil.
Over the last week, Israeli Jewish settlers attacked two Palestinian civilians and vandalised ten Palestinian vehicles in the occupied West Bank.
The report documented 11 cases of opening fire by Israeli naval forces on Palestinian fishing boats off Gaza’s coast.
Israeli occupation forces set up 103 permanent checkpoints and 80 temporary others across the occupied West Bank.
During the violent Israeli crackdown on the 49th Friday of Great Return March protests, 83 Palestinian protesters, including 23 children, a woman, three paramedics and a journalist were injured, latest reports said.
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