One Palestinian was on life support after he was hit directly in the face with a tear gas canister.
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Israeli forces killed four Palestinians and wounded at least 618 others protesting along Gaza's border, as thousands marched in worldwide to mark Al-Quds Day.This brings the total number of Palestinians killed by Israeli forces to at least 127 since the Great March of Return protests began on March 30, which call for the right to return to ancestral homes lost to Israel in the 1948 War of its creation.Originally from the village of Barbara, he said he wanted to demonstrate his inalienable right to return back home and to call on the world to push Israel to break its crippling siege."Yet this was met by Israel launching a massive tear gas attack on us, using drones to target us". He added that he saw fewer people wounded by live fire Since the protests began, no Israeli casualties have been reported.
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