Photos show protesters amid in heavy plumes of smoke as they burn tires and hurl objects toward Israeli forces near the border. The Médecins sin Frontières non-governmental organization, which has supported physicians who have attended 500 patients in Gaza since onset of demonstrations, has indicated that lesions, 95% suffered in legs, will leave most patients with Serious physical disabilities in long term or even for life.
The "March of Return" demonstrations are in support of the right of these refugees and their descendants, who make up some 1.3 million out of Gaza's population of 1.9 million, and number at least 5.5 million internationally, to return to their homeland, a right guaranteed under global law and reaffirmed by United Nations resolutions. The demonstrations will continue until May 15, when Palestinians commemorate Naqba or disaster after birth of Israel, now 70 years ago. Israelis celebrate this as Independence Day.
Former worldwide spokesperson for the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) Peter Lerner responded to Mladenov: "Here's another idea - get everybody on the United Nations payroll in Gaza to make a human chain at a safe distance and prevent people from going to the fence". Two Palestinians were killed by Israeli troops firing from across the border fence, health officials said. "Stay away from the terror instigators and violent riot orchestrators".
The little boy said he is just among thousands of Palestinians who came to participate in the weekly protest that demands the return of Palestinian refugees to their homes they were forced to leave when Israel was created in 1948. "They are trying to approach the security barrier, burning tires next to it and trying to send over kites that have burning items attached".
During this Friday rally, four Palestinians were killed and at least 450 others injured in clashes between demonstrators and Israeli soldiers in eastern Gaza Strip.
The Palestinian Islamic Jihad group had released a clip of senior Israeli officers seen through a sniper scope. The video ends with a slide reading, "You're killing our people in cold blood and think that you're protected, but our snipers' sights are on your top commanders".
Israel says Hamas is playing a leading role in the protests. Hamas exploits you to carry out terrorist attacks. The dictatorial regime of Gen. Abdul Fattah al-Sisi also fears that the eruptions in Gaza could spread to its own border with the territory, threatening to reignite social upheavals in Egypt itself.
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It accuses Palestinian movement Hamas, with whom it has fought three wars since 2008, of using the protests as cover to carry out violence.
Health officials said that two Palestinians were killed by army fire near the border Friday.
A large prayer site was set up, and a troupe performed an Arab and Palestinian folk dance called "dabke".
"Thanks to the IDF's activity, week by week there is a drop in the number of participants in the riots", he said, praising the soldiers. "Throwing molotov cocktails is not peaceful - it's violent".
Palestinian medics evacuate a wounded protester during clashes with Israeli forces on April 20, 2018, east of Khan Yunis, in the southern Gaza Strip. Palestinians took selfies with posters of Palestinians held in Israeli jails.
On Friday, protesters began gathering at sit-in protest camps near the border.
Kites are now the latest, though they are small and unlikely to cause major damage.