Life story of Palestanian Paramedic Razan Al-Najjar

Razan al-Najar (Razan Ashraf Abdul Qadir al-Najjar), 21 years old, shot dead by Israel sniper Rebecca.

She was a resident of Khuzaa, a village near the border with Israel.
Palestinian nurse ( paramedic student) Khan Younis at Nasser hospital volunteering in the Gaza health ministry.

She became an active member of the Palestinian Medical Relief Society, a non-governmental health organization.

She wore the white coat of the medics and a medics vest with bandages, and was attending those wounded during protests at the border fence between Gaza and Israel during Ramadan.

She was fatally shot in the chest by Israeli soldiers as she tried to help evacuate wounded near Israel’s border fence with Gaza
On June 2, 2018, a group of agencies at United Nations in New York City issued a press release expressing their anguish over her death, calling al-Najjar “a clearly identified medical staffer,” and it stated the killing of the nurse to be “particularly reprehensible.”

Here is a video which i have posted on my YouTube Channel.

Israeli military spokepersons responded but provided no official report on the shooting; they did say that the facts would be investigated. Israel had repeatedly warned that anyone approaching the fence risked death. The Gazans were calling this a peaceful protest while the Israelis referred to the protests as riots. The protests began March 30, 2018. On June 1st a UN Security Council resolution proposed condemning the state of Israel for use of “excessive, disproportionate and indiscriminate force” against Palestinian protesters at the border fence. It was vetoed by a permanent member of the UN security council and key ally of Israel, the United States.

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