© AFP | Israeli security forces scuffle with a Palestinian man in the Old City of Jerusalem on December 22, 2017 amid protests triggered by Washington's decision to recognise it as Israel's capital
GAZA CITY - 14 May 2018: Seven Palestinians were injured on Monday when Israeli occupation forces opened fire on a march to mark Nakba Day and to reject the relocation of the US Embassy to the occupied city of al Quds.
Palestinian medical sources said the injured included a journalist who received bullets in his leg, adding that the Israeli occupants opened fire at an ambulance vehicle.
Meanwhile, Palestinian sources asserted that an Israeli tank overturned near Ouda refugee camp in eastern Beit Hanoun town, adding that the Israeli occupants are trying to pull out the tank and save the soldiers amid reports that five of them were injured.
The Israeli Yedioth Ahronoth newspaper said that all roads adjacent to the border fence with Gaza have been closed down upon military orders except the residents who could only be allowed into the Strip.
Eyewitnesses said Palestinian youth damaged parts of the barbed-wire fence in eastern al Bareej refugee camp in central the Strip. Sirens were heard all over the Strip.
Protests were expected to escalate during the day, the 70th anniversary of Nakba Day, as loudspeakers on Gaza mosques urged Palestinians to join the so-called "Great March of Return." As many as 300 foreign journalists were allowed into the Strip over the past week to cover the return marches.