According to officials, more than 70 people were seriously wounded along with the two deceased Palestinian citizens by the Israeli army at a protest attended by more than 5,000 people. Since 2018 more than 200 Palestinians and one Israeli soldier have been killed in these marches. The two teenagers were killed by Israeli gunfire during a protest along the Israel-Gaza border fence.According to Gaza’s health authorities, Khaled al-Ribie, 14, and Ali al-Ashqar,17, were shot in the chest by Israeli police on Friday while thousands of Palestinians held protests at several sections of the fence.A spokesman for the Palestinian Ministry of Health in Gaza told journalists that 76 people were also wounded by Israeli gunfire, 45 of whom were targeted. “Most of the victims suffered upper-body wounds which shows an intent to kill,” he said.According to people who took part, more than 5,000 Palestinians participated in Friday’s march, whereas the Israeli army quoted a higher number of participants, saying 6,200 people gathered at several points along the border with Israel. Weekly protests are mostly organized by Hamas, which has been governing the Gaza strip since 2006, many other Palestinian factions also organize the marches through The March For The Right Of Return Commission which started early in 2018.Ghazi Hamad, a senior Hamas official in Gaza, told Al Jazeera that Israel had a policy of targeting Palestinian protesters, but the level of its action against them often related to the political situation between Israel and Hamas.