Published: Thu, June 07, 2018
Global | By Shelia Dennis

Journalists Wounded by Israeli Soldiers in Gaza

Journalists Wounded by Israeli Soldiers in Gaza

Israel, which has drawn global condemnation for its use of deadly force, says many of those killed were Hamas members and militants trying to launch attacks under cover of the protests.

Since March 30, Israeli troops have killed more than 120 Palestinians during mass demonstrations along the Gaza border, drawing worldwide condemnation.

Though a tentative ceasefire had been reached between the two sides after the most intense flareup of hostilities since 2014, it was broken on Saturday, when Hamas launched a wave of rockets and mortars at Israel, which were met with Israeli airstrikes and tank fire on military targets within Gaza.

The situation on the Gaza border remains tense amid the violent clashes between Palestinian protesters and the IDF.

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"Medical workers are #NotATarget!" he added.

Since the beginning of the Great March of Return protests in the Gaza Strip, Israel has killed more than 100 Palestinians and injured thousands more.

In a statement published by the Palestinian official news Agency Wafa on Friday, Health Minister Jawad Awwad condemned al-Najar's killing and said it violated global law.

Palestinian nurse Razan al-Najar, 21, who embraced martyrdom in the face of indiscriminate gunfire by Israeli troops on Friday, is fondly remembered by those who knew her as "guardian angel".

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In a statement, the Israeli army blamed Hamas, the group governing Gaza, of "activities" that took place in the strip over the weekend, referencing the demonstration that had taken place near the fence with Israel.

Four others - Britain, Poland, the Netherlands and Ethiopia - abstained, while the United States, a major ally of Israel, was the only country to vote against it. "As was widely covered in Argentinian media, the match now is being played in order to celebrate the "70th anniversary of the State of Israel", part of Rajoub's letter said.

More than 2 million Palestinians are packed into Gaza, a narrow coastal enclave where unemployment is high and poverty widespread.

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