Nearly 50 Palestinians injured in

GAZA: Israeli Troops Hurt Almost 50 Palestinians On The Gaza Border On Wednesday During Protests To Commemorate The 71st Anniversary Of The" Catastrophe" , When Many Palestinians Lost Their Homes In The Clashes Around The Creation Of Israel, Gaza Officials He Said.

Thousands Had Gathered At The Border Of The Coastal Enclave With Israel, The Stage Of Bloodshed Over The Past Year That Has Aroused International Concern.

The Groups Approached The Border Fence, Planted Palestinian Flags, And Threw Stones To Israeli Soldiers On The Other Side Despite Marshall Efforts With Orange Vests To Keep Protesters Away From The Barrier, Said Witnesses.

The Israeli Troops Launched Tear Gases And Rubber Bullets To Repel Them, But Also Real Ammunition, The Witnesses Said.

The Gaza Health Ministry Said That At Least 47 People Were Wounded, Although It Was Not Clear How Many Of Them Were Hit By Real Ammunition Or Injured By Rubber Bullets Or By Inhalation Of Tear Gas.

The Israeli Army Said Some 10,000 Protesters And Protesters Gathered In Several Locations Along The Gaza Strip Fence.

" The Protesters Are Burning Tires And Throwing Stones" . Several Explosive Devices Have Also Been Launched Inside The Gaza Strip, And Several Attempts Have Been Made To Approach The Security Fence. The IDF Troops Are Responding With Distress Dispersion Media. "

Wednesday's Meetings Were Summoned To Commemorate Nakba Day, What Palestinians Denote The Catastrophe That Happened To The Creation Of Israel In 1948, When Hundreds Of Thousands Fled Or Were Expelled From Lands In What Is Israel Today .

" Our People Stand Up Today To Announce Their Rejection Of This Crime And To Enforce Their Right In Palestine, All Of Palestine," Islamic Jihad Leader Khader Habib Said In A Manifestation, Referring To Israel And The Territories He Captured In The Middle East War Of 1967.

" Palestine Is Ours, The Sea Is Ours, Heaven Is Ours And The Earth Is Ours, And Those Strangers Should Be Removed," He Said.

Another Protester, Jamila Mahmoud, 50, Said That His Family Originally Came From Asqlan, Now The Israeli City Of Ashkelon, Near Gaza.

If We Do Not Come Back, Maybe Our Children And Grandchildren Do It, Someday We Will Recover Our Rights, Mahmoud Said On The Frontier Protest Site.

The Palestinians Also Performed Demonstrations In The Occupied West Bank, But They Did Not Report Immediate Major Clashes With Israeli Forces.

This Year, The Nakba Protests Were Preceded By An Increase In The Deadly Cross-border Fighting Between The Gaza And Israel Militants That Ended In A High Fire On May 6.

Israeli Troops Have Killed More Than 200 Palestinians And Wounded Thousands In Regular Protests On The Border Since March 2018, According To Human Rights Groups. US Researchers Have Said That The Israeli Army Could Be Guilty Of War Crimes For Excessive Use Of The Force.

Israel Has Said That It Is Defending Its Border Against Attacks Against Its Troops And Attempts To Infiltrate Armed Men.

Israel Has Rejected The Right Of Return Of The Palestinians As A Threat To Maintain A Jewish Majority In A Country That Describes As The Nation-State Of The Jewish People.

Frustration Is Growing Among The Palestinians As The Hopes For A Two-State Solution To The Conflict That Would Give Them An Independent Country Fade The Announcement Of President Donald Trump In December 2017 Of The United States Recognition Of Disputed Jerusalem As The Capital Of Israel Also Fed The Wrath Of The Palestinians.

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