Troops Open Fire At A Nonviolent Protest In Gaza


The Israeli army opened fire at Palestinian and international protesters who gathered on Tuesday at the borders near Beit Hannon town, in northern Gaza Strip.

As soon as the work started Israeli soldiers stationed at the borders opned heavy fire on the unarmed civilians. Protesters with nowhere to hide moved back, later they decided to resume work the army opened live fire at them at this point the organizers agreed to call it off for the day.

After the work was stopped, Saber Al Zaaneen, from the Local Imitative – Beit Hannon, the organizers of today’s event, said that the such activities will continue to counter the buffer zone the Israeli military is trying to make along the borders with Gaza and its devastating effects on the local farmers.

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