Israeli occupation snipers stationed along eastern side of Gaza killed on Friday three peaceful Palestinian protesters, including two boys and wounded 246 others.
Palestinian ministry of health in Gaza announced the death of child Majdi al-Satari, 12 years old, from Rafah, south of Gaza Strip, after he was shot by an Israeli sniper in the head.
The ministry also announced the death of the 43-year-old disabled Ghazi abu-Mustafa from Khan Younis, south of Gaza Strip, after he was also shot in the head.
On Saturday morning, the ministry announced the death of the 15-year-old boy Mo’em al-Hams after failing to save his life, noting he was shot in the chest during the Friday protest in Rafah.
According to the ministry, the Israeli occupation sharpshooters also wounded 246 Palestinian protesters, including 19 children, 10 women, four paramedics and a journalist.
The ministry said that nine of the wounded are suffering critical conditions.
Since the start of the Great March of Return protests on March 30, the Israeli occupation forces have killed 155 protesters and wounded around 17,100 others.