At least 52 Palestinians sustained injuries during the protests east of Gaza.
Rabat – Israeli troops killed a Palestinian protesters and injured at least 63 others during demonstrations against Israeli occupation on Friday, September 27.
The Palestinian Ministry of Health said that Israeli forces shot 32 injured victims during the protests.
The Palestinian demonstrators rallied yesterday, September 27, as part of weekly anti-Israel protesters known as the Great March of Return.
The protest campaign has been running since March 2018.
Israeli forces fired tear gas and live gunshots at the protesters to prevent them from reaching the fence of the borders.
Israeli forces have killed more than 200 protesters, while thousands others have sustained injuries since March 2018.
Several Arab states, including Morocco have been condemning Israeli violations against Palestinians.
Earlier this month, Morocco’s government urged the members of the United Nations Security Council to take concrete steps to end Israeli violations against the legitimate rights of Palestinians.
On September 15, Secretary of State to the Minister for Foreign Affairs Mounia Boucetta said at the emergency meeting of the Foreign Ministers of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) that the persistent violations by the Israeli authorities “undermine the two-state solution and hinder international efforts to revive the peace process.”
Boucetta added that Israel’s violations against the legitimate rights of Palestinians constitute a “constant source of tension, extremism, hatred, and instability” in the Middle East.