Several thousands of Palestinians are followed on Saturday in the Gaza strip, a call to the radical Islamic Hamas, protests along the Israeli border. Israeli soldiers used tear gas to the protesters from the heavily fortified border to stop the fence, as AFP reported Reporter. Palestinians threw stones at Israeli soldiers and set tires on fire.
in The Morning, a 20-year-old Palestinian died on the border by gunfire from the Israeli army, such as the Hamas-led Ministry of health announced in the Gaza strip. According to eyewitnesses, he was more than a hundred meters from the border fence removed, as him the fatal shooting met. A spokesman for the Israeli army would not comment to the incident.
at Least 33 people were injured until midday Palestinian, according to. Four of the shots had been taken, informed the rescue service of the red Crescent on Saturday. 15 had inhaled tear gas. The others were shot by rubber-coat or tear gas canisters hit.
in The Gaza strip, the ruling Hamas wants to remember the rallies on the first anniversary of the start of a massive wave of protest at the border. Mosques in Gaza called on Saturday over the loudspeakers to participate. According to Israeli army claims to have around 20,000 participants gathered to lunch. The soldiers were "measures against rioters," said the army.More about
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The neighboring country of Egypt sought on Saturday to mediate between Israel and Hamas. An Egyptian security delegation visited a Kundgebungsort near the city of Gaza. Egypt wants to prevent protests like in the past year, turn into week-long violence with numerous fatalities. Since the first "Grand March to the returnees" at 30. March 2018 had been killed in the weekly protests at least 258 Palestinians and two Israeli soldiers.Rally participants were on Saturday decided in their resistance against Israel. "We will venture up to the border, even if we die doing it," said the 21-year-old protester Joseph Sijada. "We don't go away. We return home to our country." (AFP, dpa)