Gaza's disability crisis
Media playback is unsupported on your device
Video

Gaza's disability crisis

Saturday 30 March marks a year since Palestinians began protesting at Gaza's perimeter fence with Israel.

As the anniversary looms, tensions and military activity on the boundary have been ratcheting up.

According to UN-published figures, in the last year more than 7,000 Palestinians have been shot by the Israeli military, and more than 190 killed.

Last summer, an Israeli soldier was shot dead by a Palestinian gunman.

Israel justifies the use of live ammunition saying it has defended its soldiers and civilians from violent attacks.

  • 29 Mar 2019
Go to next video: Gaza rocket destroys Israeli home