Published: Sat, May 05, 2018
Global Media | By Garry Long

Three Palestinians shot dead by Israeli forces

Three Palestinians shot dead by Israeli forces

Thus, they said Israeli forces acted in line with both Israeli and worldwide law in killing and wounding dozens of protesters, Haaretz reported Thursday.

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe met with Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas on Tuesday in the West Bank city of Ramallah.

Israeli forces have killed 42 Palestinians since Gaza residents began staging protests along the border fence on March 30.

Israel says its soldiers only open fire when necessary to stop infiltrations, damage to the fence and attacks.

Wearing a headscarf and a dust-mask hanging around her neck, she said she came to the protests every week. "I'm not afraid, only of Allah".

In central Gaza, dozens were gathering east of the Bureij refugee camp.

The UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Zeid Ra'ad al-Hussein on Friday called the loss of life deplorable and said a "staggering number" of injuries had been caused by live ammunition.

"They have no solution for the kites". The army confirmed the drone losses.

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"Israeli Defense Minister Avigdor Lieberman has failed to produce any evidence that the Elia Youth Media Foundation is a terrorist organization", Committee to Protect Journalists, MENA Program Coordinator Sherif Mansour said in a statement.

Dubbed the "Great March of Return", the protest action is to continue until May 15 when, Hamas leader Ismail Haniyeh says, the Gaza demonstrations will be replicated elsewhere along Israel's frontiers.

Palestinian protesters carry tyres to burn them during protests near the border fence between Israel and the Gaza Strip, on the eastern outskirts of Jabalia, on May 4, 2018.

Abbas reportedly called for a greater political role for Japan in proportion to its important political and economic size at the worldwide level, particularly after it has voted for accepting Palestine as a non-member observer at the United Nations.

Two-thirds of Gaza's two million Palestinians are refugees, and the protest has revived their long-standing demand for the right of return to their former family homes, which now lie in Israel.

The protests are due to continue until mid-May, when the USA plans to move its embassy.

The Japanese premier made it clear that Tokyo has no intention to move its embassy in Tel Aviv to Jerusalem like the United States plans to do, the officials said.

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