Israeli snipers killed 2, wounded 270 others in Gaza

Israeli occupation snipers shot dead on Friday two peaceful Palestinian protesters during their participation in the protests of Great March of Return in Gaza, wounded more than 270 others.

Spokesman of the Palestinian Ministry of Health in Gaza Ashraf al-Qidra said that the Israeli occupation snipers shot the Palestinian youth Karim Fatayir, 30, in the head, leaving him dead.

He also said that the Israeli snipers shot Sa’di abu-Mu’ammar, 26, in the chest and he bled for about half an hour before he passed away.

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Meanwhile, he said that the Israeli occupation snipers shot wounded 270 Palestinian protesters, including 19 children and nine paramedics.

Killing the two Palestinians on Friday brought the number of the Palestinian protesters killed since the start of the Great March of Return to 164.

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