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Four Palestinians Killed in Gaza Explosion

15 April 2018, 12:35 | Marta Robbins

Israeli troops again target peaceful protests with live ammunition and tear gas

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Official figures from Gaza Health Ministry show 32 Palestinians have been killed, and more than 3,000 others injured since the start of the six-week mass rally on March 30.

Earlier, over 1,000 Palestinians got wounds and one journalist was killed as clashes between protesters and Israeli servicemen at the Israeli-Gaza border turned violent. The Israeli military said it was unaware of any activity in the area of the blast.

Local residents at the hospital morgue identified the four dead men as members of the Palestinian Islamic Jihad group, but the rumor wasn't immediately confirmed by Islamic Jihad.

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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.

Israeli troops have shot dead 31 Gaza Palestinians and wounded hundreds since the protests began, drawing worldwide criticism of their lethal tactics.

Gaza's ruling militant Hamas group is organising the protests to promote the Palestinian refugees' "right of return" to Israel, but it is also driven by the dire living conditions. Israel says the blockade is needed for security reasons. Palestinians mourn the event as their "nakba", or catastrophe, when hundreds of thousands were uprooted in the 1948 war over Israel's creation.



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