Palestinians Make Masks Of Almost Everything To Protect Themselves From Tear Gas Used By Israel

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While Israel is being criticised for using brutal force against the Palestinian protesters from Gaza, who are agitating against the blockade that has been there for more than a decade now. According to various media reports Gaza has become one of the most inhabitable places in the world. Nevertheless, the resilient Palestinians are doing whatever they can to let the world know about their condition. There seems to be no dearth of innovation as they make use of almost all the available material to make protection masks for them. take a look.

 

 

1. Bottle With Cotton and Coal

Palestinian boy Mazen Al-Najar covers his face with a bottle, with cotton and coal, to protect himself from inhaling tear gas fired by Israeli troops during a protest at the Israel-Gaza border in the southern Gaza Strip.


2. Plastic and an Onion


Palestinian woman Jehad Abu Mehsen coversher nose with a piece of plastic and an onion to protect herself from inhaling tear gas fired by Israeli troops during a protest at the Israel-Gaza border in the southern Gaza Strip 

3. Using Pomelo


 

A Palestinian boy covers his nose with part of a pomelo to protect himself from inhaling tear gas fired by Israeli troops during a protest at the Israel-Gaza border in the southern Gaza Strip.

4. Using Onion


 

A Palestinian boy wears a mask with an onion to protect himself from inhaling tear gas fired by Israeli troops during a protest at the Israel-Gaza border.

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