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Palestinian young man shot at Gaza protest dies of injury

Aug 31 2019

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A Palestinian young man was proclaimed dead on Saturday morning after he succumbed to a bullet injury he sustained the day before when Israeli soldiers quelled a protest rally staged on the eastern border of the Gaza Strip.

According to a local medical source, 25-year-old Bader Mousa, from al-Yabani neighborhood in Khan Younis, suffered a serious bullet injury in his head after an Israeli sniper shot him during his participation in a March of Return protest held on Friday in the east of Khan Younis in southern Gaza.

Several Palestinian protesters suffered from bullet injuries and their exposure to tear gas fumes when the Israeli occupation forces violently attacked their border rallies on Friday.

According to the Palestinian health ministry in Gaza, 42 citizens was injured by live ammunition during the protests.

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