Reporters Without Borders have accused Israel of "deliberate shooting" of journalists in Gaza, after one photographer was killed gunfire another seven reporters were injured at a protest. Journalists were targeted despite wearing flak jackets marked with press identification.
Despite widespread outcry from worldwide rights groups who have condemned Israel's excessive use of forces against the civilian protesters, Israeli has maintained its open-fire rules for the Gaza border.
It says Hamas is exploiting the mass marches as a cover for attacking the border fence, and has vowed to prevent a breach at all costs.
Palestinians refer to the 1948 expulsion as the Nakba, or "catastrophe".
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Among those killed by Israel on Friday were two children, Alaa-Eddein Al Zamli (16) and Hussein Madi (14), taking the number of children killed to three.
The incident occurred on Friday when the Israeli Army opened fire on protesters near the border with Israel, Efe news reported. Almost 500 people were injured by live fire and rubber bullets, 33 seriously, it said.
The following day, Israel's military said in a tweet that "Nothing was carried out uncontrolled; everything was accurate and measured, and we know where every bullet landed".
While there has been broad participation in the festival-like rallies, Israel has responded to them by deploying snipers with shoot-to-kill orders. "The result was foreseeable deaths and injuries of demonstrators on the other side of a border who posed no imminent threat to life", he said.
The Security Council condemned in an emergency meeting the killing of civilians in Gaza during "a peaceful protest". Last week, a similar resolution sponsored by Kuwait was vetoed by the U.S. No Israelis were injured.
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He was covering protests to the east of Khan Younis in the south of Gaza when he was hit, according to the health ministry.
The Palestine Red Crescent Society has "also warned of a shortage of medical supplies and of personal protective equipment for their 400-person team deployed across Gaza". It follows accusations from the United Nations' human rights office that it has indications of Israeli forces using "excessive force" the previous week.
Hamza Abd al-Al, 20, and photojournalist Yasser Murtaja, 30, who were shot on Friday, succumbed to their wounds on Saturday.
There has been a spike in violence since President Donald Trump's December 6 recognition of Jerusalem as Israel's capital.
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