Palestinians ride a truck on their way to a protest calling for lifting the Israeli blockade on Gaza, near the beachfront border with Israel, in the northern Gaza Strip November 5, 2018.
(photo credit: MOHAMMED SALEM/REUTERS)
Twenty-eight Palestinians were wounded in clashes along the Gaza-Israel border during Friday’s weekly “Great March of Return” protests, according to the Hamas-affiliated Palestinian Health Ministry.
Palestinian media reported that one of those wounded was a journalist.
Thousands of Palestinians gathered at several locations near the security fence.
This is the 36th week of the ongoing protests in Gaza. More than 10,000 protesters joined demonstrations Friday, The Jerusalem Post
’s sister publication Maariv
The IDF responded with live ammunition and tear gas.
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