Three Palestinians were shot dead in the Gaza Strip with dozens reported injured during clashes between protesters and Israeli soldiers in the second Friday of protests against Trump’s move.

The Palestinian Health Ministry confirmed in a statement that Yasser Sokhar, 31, Ibrahim Abu Thuraya, 29, and Basil Mustafa were shot in the head and chest during clashes with Israeli soldiers.

According to figures released by the Palestinian Health Ministry, up to 82 people had been injured in the Gaza Strip after being hit with tear gas and live ammunition by Israeli security operatives

Five of them were critically injured during clashes that began after Israeli soldiers attempted to violently disperse protestors.

The Red Crescent also reported that 54 people were injured in Jerusalem and the West Bank after Israeli security threw tear gas at protesters in a bid to disperse them.

In Hebron, in the occupied West Bank, Israeli security forces fired tear gas, while a few protesters among about 3,000 people threw stones, the AFP news agency reported.

 

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