Injuries during confrontations with occupation on borders of Gaza Strip

Local sources reported on Wednesday evening that civilians suffocated from toxic tear gas during clashes with the Israeli occupation forces in different areas of the Gaza Strip.

According to local sources, a number of citizens suffocated after the occupation soldiers, stationed in tanks and behind the sandy hills on the border strip east of Gaza, fired bullets and tear gas canisters.

They pointed out that thousands of citizens participated in angry protest marches that took place in various cities of the Gaza Strip, from Rafah in the south to Beit Hanoun in the north, in condemnation of the Israeli occupation’s crime against worshipers, stationed and seclusion in the courtyards of Al-Aqsa Mosque.

They also explained that the marches and demonstrations came in response to calls from the forces and factions in support of the worshipers and stationed in Al-Aqsa, amid angry chants of the occupation’s ongoing crimes against Al-Aqsa Mosque.

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