Palestinian authorities are reporting that Israeli fire wounded at least 30 protesters, one critically, in the latest round of protests on Israel's border with the Gaza Strip.
Limited clashes between stone-throwing Palestinians and Israeli soldiers began in at least two places along the border, AFP reporters said, with larger protests expected after Friday Muslim prayers.
Since the protests began on March 30, 34 Palestinians have been killed by Israeli forces firing live ammunition, tear gas and rubber-coated steel bullets at the demonstrators on the other side of the border.
Over 500 Palestinians were wounded, including 122 from Israeli gunfire, in Friday's protests, health officials said, adding that a Gaza journalist was in serious condition after sustaining a bullet wound to his abdomen. At one camp east of Gaza City, youths carried on their shoulders a coffin wrapped in an Israeli flag bearing the words "The End of Israel".
Military spokesman Lt. Col. Jonathan Conricus said that Palestinians repeatedly tried to damage the border fence, throwing several explosives and fire bombs at it.
At one spot protesters were seen trying pull away barbed wire set up by Israeli forces to keep them away from the fence.
The marchers are protesting against the blockade of the enclave, but are also asserting what they say is a "right of return" of Palestinian refugees and their descendants to the areas occupied by Israel.
Dozens of Israeli flags were being burned in Jabalia in northern Gaza and hundreds of Palestinian ones were held aloft.
The protests since March 30 have posed an issue to Israel, which has dismissed criticism of its use of reside fireside, saying its pointers of engagement are necessary and will not change.
In the northern Gaza Strip, Sumaya Abu Awad, 36, attended the protest with her three daughters and son.
On Friday, most of the demonstrators assembled in five tent camps located several hundred metres from the border fence.
Palestinians are still streaming to tent camps along Gaza's border with Israel for its third of what are to function as mass protests before mid-May. "I am not afraid of death because there is no life in Gaza".
UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres and the European Union have called for an independent investigation into the violence.
The lifeless from remaining Friday included a journalist, Yasser Murtaja, who witnesses talked about was sporting a press vest on the time he was shot.
Yair Lapid, the leader of Israel's centrist Yesh Atid party, called Hamas a "despicable terror organization" and accused it of exploiting civilians.
The company Murtaja co-founded had been vetted for USA authorities funding, whereas a worldwide journalists federation talked about he was harassed and overwhelmed by Hamas police in 2015.
Rights groups have strongly criticised Israeli forces while pointing to unverified videos that have spread online of Gazans appearing to be shot, including one seeming to show a Palestinian targeted as he ran away from the fence while holding a tyre.
The Israeli government accuses Hamas, the Islamist movement that has ruled Gaza largely since Israeli soldiers and settlers withdrew in 2005, of having instigated the protests and of using them as cover to launch attacks. The move from Tel Aviv has angered Palestinians who regard the eastern sector of Jerusalem - which Israel annexed - as the capital of a future Palestine state. Palestinians mourn the event as their "nakba", or catastrophe, when hundreds of thousands were uprooted in the 1948 war over Israel's creation. However, Egypt opened the border on Thursday and it is due to stay open over the weekend.
Israeli media tales have talked about Egypt, thought-about considered one of exclusively two Arab worldwide places to have signed a peace treaty with the Jewish state, had been negotiating with Hamas to hunt to calm the catastrophe, nevertheless there was no affirmation.
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