Five Palestinians, including three journalists injured in east of Gaza
A number of Palestinian youths including three journalists have been injured in Israeli raids on protests in east of the Gaza Strip.
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A local source reported that two Palestinian young men were injured by live bullets after the Israeli forces fired at Palestinian protesters to the east of Rafah city in southern Gaza Strip.
Meanwhile, three journalists were injured by tear gas bombs while they were covering the protest organized east of Jabalia town in northern Gaza Strip in support of the Al-Aqsa Mosque, according to medical sources.
The sources identified the journalists as Fadi al-Danaf, Al Jazeera cameraman, Mustafa Hassouna, Turkish Anadolu Agency cameraman, and the journalist Bilal al-Sabbagh.
Earlier today, dozens of Palestinian youths gathered along the eastern Gaza borders to condemn the repeated Israeli attacks against the Al-Aqsa Mosque.