A Palestinian young man succumbed to his wounds after he was shot and critically injured by Israeli occupation forces in eastrn Gaza city, on Friday.
Palestinian news agency (WAFA) quoted a medical source as saying that Yahya Bader Al-Hassanat, 37, from Al-Mughraqa area, south of Gaza, died Sunday from wounds he sustained by a bullet to the head during his participation in the peace march on the eastern border of Gaza.
On Saturday, a Palestinian was martyred by Israeli occupation forces east of al-Bureij refugee camp in the central Gaza Strip, while four Palestinians were killed and 232 others were injured as a result of the Israeli occupation forces' repression of participants in peaceful return marches in east of the Gaza Strip.
Since March 30, Palestinians have been marching in the Gaza Strip every week towards the separation fence with the occupied territories as part of the march of return and breaking the siege. Since then, more than 204 Palestinians have been killed and more than 22,000 were wounded. (QNA)
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