The Palestinian NGOs Network said that three Palestinian citizens with physical disabilities had been killed by Israeli gunfire since the March of Return protests began one month ago in the besieged Gaza Strip.
According to a statement released by the network on Monday, 21 citizens, who suffered bullet injuries during the same protests, have joined a long list of Gazan citizens having physical disabilities.
Its statement noted that 450 wounded citizens also need to undergo therapeutic rehabilitation after their exposure to bullet injuries that crippled them.
The network has appealed to the international community and its institutions to pressure Israel to respect the international law and hold legally accountable those who killed or caused injuries to citizens in Gaza.
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