Two Palestinian citizens were killed and 47 wounded, included six-month-baby in Israeli airstrikes on several areas across Gaza Strip took place on Saturday night, paramedics said.
Spokesman of the Palestinian Ministry of Health in Gaza Ashraf al-Qidra said in a statement issued today morning that four Palestinian citizens were killed and 170 were wounded by the Israeli occupation in Gaza on Saturday.
He said that two Palestinians, Mohamed al-Masri, 30, and Maher Atallah, 54, were killed and 123 were wounded when the Israeli occupation opened fire at protesters along the eastern borders of Gaza.
Meanwhile, two people, Mohamed al-Safadi, 30, and Mahmoud al-Otol, 27, were killed and 47 others were wounded in the Israeli airstrikes on Gaza tonight.
Al-Qidra said that a seven of the wounded suffered critical injuries, including a six-month-old baby, who sustained critical injuries in the head.
Palestinians took to the streets on Friday to protest against the US President Donald Trump’s announcement that Jerusalem is Israel’s capital.
Israeli occupation forces used lethal force to deter the Palestinian protesters across the occupied Palestinian territories.
The Palestinian Red Crescent said that around 700 Palestinians were wounded during the protests in the Gaza Strip, occupied West Bank and East Jerusalem.