Publicado: Sol, Abril 22, 2018
Global | Por Milagro Delgado

Hamas fighter killed in Israel strike on Gaza

Hamas fighter killed in Israel strike on Gaza

Israel alleged that the airstrike was launched in response to a bomb attack on a military vehicle on the Gaza border Wednesday, in which there were no casualties. Others have been hit by tank fire.

According to the Gaza health ministry, since the start of the protests, over 30 Palestinians have been killed and more than 1,300 got wounds.

Shortly after, also yesterday, Israeli armor fired at several points in the eastern part of Gaza City, belonging to Hamas.

But Palestinians say protesters are being shot while posing no threat to soldiers, and UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres and the European Union have called for an independent investigation.

The spokesman of the Ministry of Health of Gaza, Al Qedra, said that a Palestinian was slightly wounded by the explosions, being transferred to Al Shefaa hospital.

Fake news and undeclared media bias are everywhere, but it is no more glaringly evident than it is in the mainstream coverage of the Hamas backed March for Return riots at the Gaza border with Israel.

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Smaller groups moved closer to the fence, throwing stones, torching tyres and burning large Israeli flags.

Israeli officials including Benjamin Netanyahu, the prime minister, have praised Israel's troops for "guarding the country's borders". As witnessed in the past weeks, these protests have the potential to become violent.

Meanwhile, Gazans are preparing for a third consecutive Friday of protests along its border with Israel.

Even the marches are organized by the Islamic militant Hamas of Gaza, but turnout is now being driven by desperation one of the two million residents of the territory.

Hamas leader Ismail Haniyeh renewed a pledge Monday that the marches would pave the way for a return of Palestinian refugees and their descendants to what is now Israel. Rights groups say military's open-fire orders are unlawful.

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