At least 65 injured in zionists attacks against Nakba demonstrations
At least 65 Palestinians were injured as a result of the zionist terrorist gang's attack on demonstrations of Nakba anniversary what the Palestinians call a "catastrophe".
Dozens of Palestinian citizens were injured when the zionist occupation gangs violently quelled the Great March of Return which marked the 71st anniversary of the Nakba in the Gaza Strip on Wednesday.
At least 65 Palestinians were injured by live ammunition and tear gas bombs, including two journalists, 22 children, and 5 women said the Ministry of Health.
A general strike prevailed in the Gaza Strip and hundreds of Palestinians marched toward the eastern border to commemorate the anniversary of the Palestinian Nakba, 15 May 1948.
Meanwhile, the zionist occupation gangs deployed its forces in large numbers along the border between the Gaza Strip and the 1948 occupied territories and met the peaceful protesters with gunfire and tear gas.