Palestinian paramedic dies of injuries
A Palestinian ambulance paramedic has martyred on Monday after he succumbed to a serious head injury he sustained in early May as he was providing medical help for participants in a March of Return rally in Gaza.
The Red Crescent announced the death of 36-year-old Mohamed al-Jadili in the evening in a hospital in al-Khalil.
It said he suffered serious fractures in his head from a zionist rubber bullet during his work on May 3, 2019, in a border area to the east of Gaza.
His body was transferred from al-Khalil to Gaza through the Beit Hanoun (Erez) crossing.
Jadili was the fourth paramedic who was killed by zionist terrorists gangs' gunfire in the March of Return rallies, which started on March 30, 2018.
Thousands of Palestinian citizens on Tuesday marched in the funeral of a Palestinian medic.
The marchers raised Palestine flags and chanted slogans calling for holding zionists terrorists accountable for its crimes against the Palestinians in the Gaza Strip.
The Palestinian Ministry of Health accused the zionist occupation gangs of deliberately targeting medical teams and obstructing their humanitarian work in Gaza protests.
It called on the international community and human rights organizations to protect unarmed citizens in all Palestinian cities who are subjected to various forms of killing by the zionist occupation gangs.