Palestinian leaders warn Israel against firing on protesters in Gaza

UNITED STATES, WASHINGTON (VOP TODAY NEWS) — Leaders of the “Great March of Return” in Gaza on Thursday warned Israel that incessant firing “against peaceful protesters in the eastern Gaza Strip will only lead to further escalation.”

Khaled al-Batch, leader of the Great Commission of the Great March of Return, said in a statement that through these peaceful demonstrations, Palestinians are seeking to protect their rights and put an end to the unjust siege that has occurred to them. imposed for many years.

Al-Batch, who is also a senior Islamic Jihad official, stressed that despite the peaceful means Palestinians use in these demonstrations, Israel continues to instruct its shooters to kill peaceful protesters at the border of the Islamic Jihad.

According to the Gaza Ministry of Health, since the start of the Great March of Return at the end of March last year, in the east of the Gaza Strip near the border with Israel, the Israeli army has killed at least 306 Palestinians during these demonstrations.

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