Palestinians bury nine killed in border clashes with Israel

Israel has faced global criticism over its use of live fire after 10 days of protests and clashes along the fence in which its forces have killed 30 Palestinians, according to Gaza's health ministry.

His brother, who was stood beside him when he was shot, said journalists were deliberately targeted by Israeli troops during the protest. Teiby and other Palestinian members of the Knesset have also called for opening a probe into the killing of photojournalist Yasser Mortagy and the injury of other photographers during the protests of the "Great March of Return".

Israel has repeatedly stated that it would not allow its border to be breached and has fired live ammunition to prevent Palestinians from approaching or sabotaging the border fence.

In northern Gaza, Majdi Ramadan Mousa Shbat, 38, died after he was shot in the neck with live fire.

Tension has grown across the Palestinian territories since December 6 when U.S. President Donald Trump officially recognized Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.

The Israeli ambassador's letter (6 April) is a good example of how Israel and its apologists seek to dismiss legitimate criticism by conflating it with antisemitism.

"The majority of the people of the Gaza Strip are stateless refugees, subject to a decade-long blockade and the denial of basic human and political rights, " Corbyn added.

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At least nine Palestinians were killed by the Israeli troops and about 500 wounded in the second mass protest along the Gaza border on Friday.

Ramallah, Apr. 8 (BNA): Palestine News and Information Agency (WAFA) said it has documented 28 violations by Israeli occupation forces against journalists working in the occupied Palestinian territories during March.

EU Foreign Policy Chief Federica Mogherini said Friday that Israel's firing on the Gazans "raises serious questions about the proportionate use of force which must be addressed".

"My only dream is to travel, I wish to capture this scene from the air, not from the ground".

Blaming the protesters "of trying to storm into Israel", the IDF deployed both live fire and tear gas at the protesters, while fire trucks sprayed water at the burning tyres on the other side of the border.

The medical humanitarian organisation, Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF), warned that in the weeks to come, more medical assistance would be required due to the increasing intensity of use of force by the Israeli forces.

  • Megan Austin