Bullet Injured by Israel in Gaza Increase to 69

Hannah Rogers
May 6, 2018

The protesters, however, remained defiant and used their limited resources like slingshots to target Israeli devices like drones, Reuters reported, adding that several Palestinians also entered Kerem Shalom, an industrial crossing point located on the border, and claimed to have burned rooms used by Israel. In another location, soldiers warned over loudspeakers that those burning tires would be targeted. The blockade also affects Gazan fisherman who risks being shot if they attempt to fish beyond the six nautical miles Israel allows them to use.

Since the rallies began on March 30, at least 47 Palestinian demonstrators - including five children -were killed, according to ministry figures.

Yehiyeh Amarin, an 18-year-old protester, was among almost two dozen activists rolling tires toward the fence on Friday to set them ablaze.

By mid-afternoon, as many as 170 protesters had been injured near the border, at least 22 by Israeli cross-border gunfire, according to Gaza's Health Ministry.

According to the health Ministry of the Gaza strip, on Friday, may 4, in the riots during the sixth of the "March of return", have been wounded not less than 1.143.

"If no solution happens by May 15 we will continue the protests or we die".

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In April, employment in mining increased by 8,000, with most of the gain occurring in support activities for mining (+7,000). That was during the middle of World War II, when millions of men were drafted to fight and their jobs were filled by women.

"We want a dignified life and a return to our lands", he said.

The use of live ammunition by Israel's army has been condemned by the global community and human rights activists.

Israel said it's defending its sovereign border, including nearby communities, and that soldiers only target instigators.

Israel has defended its disproportionate use of violence against peaceful protesters involved in the the Great Return March demonstrations after facing a legal challenge from worldwide rights groups, suggesting human rights laws do not apply to what it described as "acts of war".

It accused Hamas, a militant group sworn to Israel's destruction, of trying to carry out attacks under the guise of the mass protests.

Two-thirds of the two million Palestinians in Gaza are war refugees or their descendants. An added focus this year is President Donald Trump's decision to begin moving the U.S. embassy to Jerusalem on May 14, the 70th anniversary of Israel's founding.

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