Hostilities in the Gaza have been at dangerous levels with new reports of Palestinians wounded by Israeli gunfire. On March 2, 2013 in Qatar The Peninsula has reported, "Israeli gunfire wounds three Palestinians." Three Palestinians have been wounded by Israeli gunfire in Gaza, medical sources have said. This has raised to six the number of Gazans injured in unrest yesterday near the enclave’s borders.
A Gaza health ministry spokesman has said three men aged 19-21 were moderately wounded by Israeli gunfire east of Jabalia, which is in northern Gaza. Israeli military sources have said that “Palestinians in the northern Gaza Strip fired and damaged a military vehicle.” And earlier yesterday, three Gaza farmers were wounded by Israeli tank fire east of El Bureij, just near Gaza border.
Al Jazeera has also covered this story about recent hostilities in Gaza, Palestinians wounded by Israeli gunfire. According to this report at least seven Palestinians were injured by Israeli soldiers on Friday, most of them in Gaza. Ashraf al-Qudra, a spokesman for the health ministry in Gaza, said three men were moderately wounded by Israeli gunfire east of Jabalia, in northern Gaza. Earlier in the day, three farmers were hurt by tank fire. A Palestinian ambulance worker said in the West Bank at least one person was hurt after being hit in the head by a rubber bullet, during protests in different locations which have marked eight years of rallies against the Israeli separation wall. Isreali troops used tear gas and rubber bullets against the protesters.