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Fierce Clashes Continue At Gaza-Israel Border Fence

14 April 2018

At least five Palestinian have been killed after Israel's occupational forces resorted to live fire on peaceful protesters in southern Gaza Strip, the Palestinian Health Ministry said on Saturday.

Al-Quds Brigades identified the four fighters killed as Ayid al-Hamaydeh, 23, Amjad Alcatrous, 18, Hisham Abd al-Aal, 22, and Hashem Osman, 18.

GAZA CITY, Gaza Strip Thousands of Palestinians staged a mass protest along Gaza's sealed border with Israel on Friday, some burning large Israeli flags and torching tires while soldiers fired tear gas and live bullets from across the border fence.

According to witnesses, Israeli forces used teargas against a field hospital set up near the border.

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The Members of Congress are urging Gaza protesters to carry out their right to assembly nonviolently, while also calling on members of Israel Defense Forces to exercise utmost restraint in the use of deadly force and to fully comply with global law.

The marches are organised by Gaza's Islamic militant group Hamas, but turnout is also being driven by desperation among the territory's two million residents.

Ten other people were shot dead last Friday, April 6, in similar demonstrations (more than 20,000 people) near the border fence that separates the Strip from Israeli territory, so the total number of Palestinian deaths has increased to 31 during the past two weeks. Israel alleges Hamas is using protests as a cover for attacks.

"The IDF will not permit damage to the security fence or infrastructure that protects Israeli citizens and will act against the violent rioters and terrorists involved", the IDF said, per The Times of Israel. "Nakba Day" recognizes the approximately 750,000 people who left their homes in the violence leading up to and during the May 1948 war between Israel and neighboring countries.The protests, called "The March of Return", are calling for Palestinians who left Israeli areas during and around the May 1948 war and their descendants to be granted the "right to return" to those areas.

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The Israeli rights group B'Tselem said that open-fire policy must not be dictated by worst case scenarios, such as a feared mass breach of the border.

Organizers of the protests have said they are meant to be "nonviolent resistance".

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Fierce Clashes Continue At Gaza-Israel Border Fence