Israeli occupation forces attacked a peaceful Palestinian protest east of Gaza City on Friday, September 1, wounding many Palestinian citizens.
Local Palestinian sources reported that Israeli troops suppressed a peaceful protest in the Malaka area, east of Gaza City, and fired live bullets and toxic tear gas at the protesters, injuring many of them.
The Palestinian Health Ministry reported that eight Palestinians have been wounded by the Israeli forces’ bullets east of the city.
Repeatedly, Palestinian citizens in the Besieged Gaza Strip protest along the separation fence in the east against the Israeli crimes against the crimes the Israeli occupation commits targeting the Palestinians in the occupied West Bank, including Jerusalem, and 1948-occupied Palestinian territories.
It’s noteworthy that the eastern areas of the Gaza Strip are exposed to semi-daily attacks by the Israeli occupation forces, including shooting, detentions, the razing of agricultural lands, and the destruction of some facilities.