Last Friday, tens of thousands of Palestinians converged on the Gaza Strip's roughly 45-kilometer eastern border with Israel to reaffirm their right to return to their ancestral homes in historical Palestine.
Large demonstrations are planned again this Friday, raising the possibility of further bloodshed. He charged in a letter to the council that Israel has adopted "a shoot-to-kill policy" during what he called peaceful protests. He says over 1,500 Palestinians were wounded.
'He wasn't going toward the Israeli side.
The moment a teenager was shot in the back during a Gaza protest has emerged and his family say he was unarmed when he was killed.
The ministry has said 758 people were wounded by live fire on Friday - a figure disputed by Manelis, who said he believed several dozen Palestinians at most were wounded by live rounds and the rest by tear gas and rubber-coated steel pellets.
In retrospect, violent clashes and the casualties among the about 30,000 Palestinians who converged on the border were inevitable. "(T) he Israeli government presented no evidence that rock-throwing and other violence by some demonstrators seriously threatened Israeli soldiers across the border fence", a release on the organization's website said.
But Israeli lawmaker Michael Oren, the former Israeli ambassador to the United States who is now the deputy minister in the Prime Minister's Office responsible for diplomacy, told the news website that "Israel's public diplomacy wasn't ready".
"The blockade of Gaza, through which Israel controls all but one of the entry points, continues to have a devastating effect, limiting people's movement, their access to health care and markets, and leaving the majority of the population dependent on humanitarian aid".
"We have established clear ground rules and we do not intend to change them", Lieberman said close to the Gaza border.
Israel warned Tuesday that protesters near Israel's border are putting their lives at risk.
Israel's military spokesman, Brig. It is also the date by which the Trump administration has pledged to move the U.S. Embassy to Jerusalem from Tel Aviv.
All suspects were from Rafah in southern Gaza City. About 150 tires of all sizes were piled up at a traffic circle Tuesday, waiting to be transported to the nearby tent camp.
Allegations of excessive force and unlawful shootings were prompted by the death toll - Friday was the bloodiest day in Gaza since the 2014 Israel-Hamas war - and comments by military officials that the "main instigators" were targeted.
Pierre Krähenbühl, Commissioner-general of (UNRWA), said:'With the remaining funds that will cover Palestinian refugees until May ... the need for global mobilisation and action in searchfor a solution is now more crucial than ever'.
The mass march at the border was meant to commemorate the hundreds of thousands of Palestinians who fled their homes during the creation of Israel.
However, Hamas officials have not specifically called for a mass breach of the fence.