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58 Palestinians injured by IDF fire on Gaza border

UNITED STATES (OBSERVATORY) – 58 Palestinians were injured when Israeli soldiers fired bullets and tear gas at demonstrators during their participation on the first Friday of Ramadan in return marches along the eastern border of the Gaza Strip.

Dozens of Palestinians were suffocated as a result of the firing of tear gas at demonstrators.

According to the agency “Ma’an” that, in the evening hours began the arrival of Palestinian demonstrators to the borders of the Gaza Strip to participate in Jumaa loyalty to the martyrs and wounded.

The youths set tires on fire and began throwing stones at the soldiers, the agency said.

It also noted that large fires on the other side of the border broke out on Friday afternoon as a result of the firing of flaming kites.

The Higher Coordinating Committee for the Return of the Return decided to organize a mass breakfast for the demonstrators in the return camps.

120 thousand worshipers perform the first Friday prayers of Ramadan in the “maximum”

About 120 thousand worshipers performed the first Friday prayers of the holy month of Ramadan in the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque to dominate the Palestinian scene on the city of Jerusalem, especially its old town and its surroundings.

The worshipers began arriving in the early hours of Friday morning to the Al-Aqsa Mosque, amid tight security measures imposed by the Israeli authorities, which limited the age of those allowed to reach Jerusalem from the West Bank, while preventing the residents of the Gaza Strip from entering the city.

He described the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem and the Palestinian territories Sheikh Mohammed Hussein, “US Embassy” which was opened in Jerusalem occupied settlement and the colony, and said it is not an embassy because it was based on injustice and aggression and because it was contrary to international laws.

Hussein stressed the Islamic Ness of these homes and that Palestine for its people, nation and children, is against the Palestinians, especially in Gaza, who were shot dead by Israel.