GAZA, PALESTINOW.COM — A Palestinian young man identified as Abdullah Shahri, 30, died of his wounds on Thursday evening after he was shot and critically injured by Israeli forces near Gaza’s border fence, to the east of Khan Younes in southern Gaza Strip.
Shahri was shot and critically injured by the Israeli military as he was partaking in a non-violent protest, as part of the ongoing Great March of Return at the border of the Gaza Strip. He was evacuated from the scene by paramedics and was pronounced dead shortly after.
His death brings the number of Palestinians killed since the outbreak of “The Great March of Return” protests, on March 30, to 34, including three children. 3,079 others have been left wounded, 106 among them in critical conditions. (PIC)