As Palestinian protesters laid healing from the horrors and injuries of Monday’s border protests which claimed the lives of as many as 60 people, some detailed the account of their injuries by Israeli forces and snipers as they laid in Al-Shifa Hospital in Gaza City on Tuesday. «We must take our land back,» said Mohamed Jendia who said he was shot in the leg when rescuing a girl from Israeli... Еще gunfire in the border zone. «Whatever [US President Donald] Trump talks about the US embassy, it will be cancelled,» he added referring to Monday's relocation of the US Embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, which sparked the massive border protests and stirred the unrest. «I will go back again till my last drop of blood, till we achieve all of our demands,» Mohamed Jendia concluded. «We were in a peaceful border march,» said Ramadan Saidi, another injured Palestinian who was caught by surprise by the «very heavy fire» of the Israeli army that was «hunting and sniping, shooting at the legs heavily.» Elsewhere in Gaza, shops were shut and the streets were deserted as a general strike was being observed, affecting all facets of life in the occupied territory. According to the Palestinian Health Ministry, as many as 60 people were killed and 2,000 were left injured by the Israeli killings during Monday’s Gaza protests. More protests are speculated to take place as today marks the Nakba Day. In Arabic, the date is known as al-Nakba, or 'the catastrophe', and it marks the anniversary of the displacement of an estimated 750,000 Palestinians that followed the creation of the State of Israel in 1948.