RNA - Gaza Ministry of Health said that 93 demonstrators were injured, 37 of whom by live ammunition, adding that ambulances were also attacked with gunfire and teargas canisters, Palinfo reported.
The tenth Freedom Flotilla launched from the Gaza Strip on Monday left Gaza port heading toward Israeli-controlled water in an effort to break the siege imposed on the coastal enclave for 12 years now.
Thousands of Palestinian citizens demonstrated peacefully on the coast North of Gaza to support the flotilla, which is part of the ongoing Great March of Return activities, and to demand lifting the siege.
According to Fars News Agancy, Khader Habib, a member of the Higher National Committee for the Great March of Return and Breaking the Siege, stated that Gaza border protests will continue until they achieve their goals.
Several Palestinian protesters, including a journalist, were shot and injured, and dozens others suffocated on Monday as hundreds of Palestinians rallied across multiple West Bank districts in protest against Israel’s Nation-State Law, according to local sources, WAFA reported.
The occupied Palestinian territories observed on Monday a general strike in protest against the new racist Israeli law, the Nation-State Basic Law.