Palestinian Shot By Israeli Soldiers Along Gaza Border Dies

Israeli soldiers martyr 3 Palestinians on Gaza border

Palestinian Shot By Israeli Soldiers Along Gaza Border Dies

A knife and a wire cutter were found in his possession.

Demonstrations along the Gaza Strip's eastern border first began on March 30 and are set to continue until May 15. Among the dead are two Palestinian journalists Yasser Murtaja and Ahmed Abou Hussein, both men were shot by Israeli army snipers despite pictures showing "PRESS" emblazoned across the front of their protective jackets.

A 19-year-old Palestinian youth identified as Anas Shawqi from Tal al-Hawa neighborhood of Gaza City died on Thursday of wounds he sustained during protest along Gaza borders on Friday, according to medical sources.

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Asser's death raised the death toll of Palestinians to 48 killed by Israeli fire since weekly border protests started on March 30, according to statistics released by the Ministry.

A Palestinian teenager who was shot last week by Israeli forces during anti-occupation protests and clashes along the border between the besieged Gaza Strip and occupied territories has succumbed to his gunshot wounds.

About 6,800 Palestinians have been wounded during the demonstrations.

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Nevertheless, the Israeli State Prosecutor's Office claims that they distinguish between non-violent protesters demonstrating and protesters who are trying to break into Israel in order to attack soldiers and civilians.

No Israelis have been injured and the military's use of live fire during the protests and clashes has drawn criticism and calls for an independent probe. Rioters have burned tires, hurled firebombs and rocks at Israeli troops, and repeatedly attempted to sabotage the security fence.

Israeli troops have used both less-lethal weapons and live fire to drive back protesters, prompting worldwide - and, to a lesser extent, domestic - accusations of excessive force.

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The Israeli military maintains that its use of live rounds is within the boundaries of Israeli and global law.

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