Gaza (QNN)- 55 Palestinians were reportedly injured by Israeli live bullets and tear gas on the 66th Friday of the Great Return March protests on Gaza borders, according to the Palestinian ministry of health.
At Awdah refugee camp in central Gaza, one Palestinian was shot by live bullets while two others were shot by rubber-coated metal bullets when Israeli soldiers opened fire at peaceful protesters.
Thousands of Palestinians participated in the protests, which demand to end the siege on the heavy populated enclave and the right of return.
The Great Return March protests have started on 30 March, 2018. Israeli soldiers killed 306 protesters and injured over 31,000 others according to a statistic by the Palestinian ministry of health.