Israel's War Crimes in Gaza Continues

Israel's War Crimes in Gaza Continues

At least 9 Palestinians from the Gaza Strip were killed by Israeli forces during protests along the border with Israel, including a journalist and two minors.

Beleaguered by years of rocket attacks from next-door Gaza, residents of the frontline Israeli village of Nahal Oz seemed unmoved on Sunday by Palestinian mass demonstrations at the border and Israel's deadly response to them.

There have been no reported Israeli casualties.

Drawing global criticism for its use of live fire, Israel said it is doing what is necessary to stop violent protesters from damaging or breaching its fence with the blockaded enclave.

"The circumstances in which journalists were allegedly hit by Israeli Defense Force (IDF) fire are not familiar to the IDF, and are being looked into", it said in a statement.

"France reiterates its strong disapproval of the indiscriminate fire of the Israeli army".

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Thousands of people have taken part in a massive rally in Britain's capital London to express solidarity with Palestinian protesters in the Gaza Strip and condemn persisting atrocities by the Israeli regime in the occupied territories as well as UK's inaction toward such violence.

Also in Australia, almost 1,000 demonstrators joined a protest rally in Melbourn dubbed "Free Palestine" to censure Israeli regime's brutal violence - including live fire - used against Palestinian protesters in occupied territories in recent days. "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. Nine Gazans were killed and over 1,000 wounded in the day's clashes. The wounded Palestinian was taken to hospital in serious condition. So far, over 30 Palestinian have been killed and hundreds injured by the Israeli military and police forces.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu addressed the riots on the Gaza border over the last few weeks on Saturday, saying.

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".

The Israeli military accused the "approximately 10,000 Palestinians" who attended of "rioting in five locations along the border with the Gaza Strip".

The ministry also announced the death of another man to add to an initial death toll of seven.