GAZA, Dec 4 (KUNA) -- Forty-two Palestinian people were injured during confrontations with the Israeli army at the Gaza Strip borders on Friday, according to a Palestinian medical official.
Ashraf Al-Qudra, spokesman of the Palestinian health ministry in Gaza, said 32 people were hit by live bullets east of Khan Yunus, southern Gaza, one of them seriously.
He added that five Palestinians were hit by rubber bullets and five others suffered suffocation. They were all taken to hospital.
Some Palestinian factions have called earlier today for demonstrations in central Gaza in protest against the Israeli policies against the Palestinian people. (end)