On Friday October 25th Israel’s occupation forces wounded 95 people in attacks on the 80th Great Return March demonstration in the besieged Gaza Strip.
According to the Palestinian Center for Human Rights(PHCR), the 95 wounded persons include 43 children, 2 paramedics and one journalist.
PHCR reports that 36 people were shot with live bullets, 39 were shot with rubber-coated steel bullets and 18 were directly hit with tear-gas grenades launched by the Israeli occupation forces. Earlier reports had spoken of 77 people being wounded, 31 with live ammunition. Dozens also suffered ill effects from inhaling Israeli occupation tear-gas.
Paramedics Mohammed Abdul Hamid Tawfiq Deeb(24) and Ibrahim Mazen Abu Telakh(21) were both injured when they were hit with tear-gas grenades.
Journalist Mahmoud Khalid Mohammed Khattab(26) was shot in his left shoulder with a rubber-coated steel bullet in the central part of the border with ethnically cleansed Palestine 1948.
(Source / 27.10.2019)