RNA - According to director Jonathan Whittall, the children treated were seriously injured and will face lifelong difficulties as a result, Middle East Monitor reported.
Plenty of them are less than 15-years-old and the majority of them were shot with live ammunition, many of the children require amputation and will be disabled for the rest of their lives, he said.
In a statement released Monday night, after Israeli forces had shot and killed dozens of Palestinian demonstrators, Doctors Without Borders described the day’s carnage as “unacceptable and inhuman”.
“It is unbearable to witness such a massive number of unarmed people being shot in such a short time,” the international medical relief group added.
According to the Palestinian Health Ministry, at least 63 Palestinian demonstrators have been martyred and more than 2,700 were wounded by cross-border Israeli gunfire in one of the deadliest single-day massacres in the country's history.