Feature: Palestinian women on front lines in Gazan anti-Israel protests

Feature: Palestinian women on front lines in Gazan anti-Israel protests

Feature: Palestinian women on front lines in Gazan anti-Israel protests

Jason Greenblatt, the USA envoy to the Israeli-Palestinian peace process, said in a statement, "We condemn leaders and protesters who call for violence or who send protesters - including children - to the fence, knowing that they may be injured or killed".

Al-Quds Brigades identified the four fighters killed as Ayid al-Hamaydeh, 23, Amjad Alcatrous, 18, Hisham Abd al-Aal, 22, and Hashem Osman, 18.

Gaza City One Palestinian was shot dead and hundreds were injured in clashes with Israeli troops during protests at the Gaza border fence for the third Friday in a row.

On Friday (Saturday NZT), the turnout seemed to be significantly lower than on previous Fridays - some 10,000 protesters according to the Israeli military - raising questions about the organisers' goal of keeping the mass marches going until mid-May.

Israel withdrew its troops and settlers from Gaza in 2005. The Ministry said a total of 969 were injured on Friday.

As part of the six-week rallies called "the Great March of Return", which started on March 30, Palestinians held five rallies in eastern Gaza Strip along with the border with Israel to demonstrate.

Two Gazans appeared to have been wounded by Israeli fire as protesters burned tyres near the fence east of Gaza City.

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Palestinians also sought to pull away barbed wire set up by Israeli forces to keep them away from the fence, an AFP journalist said. The Israeli military said it was unaware of any activity in the area of the blast.

In all, 34 Palestinians were killed in the past two weeks, 27 during protests.

Israel claimed he was a paid member of Hamas, but produced no evidence.

Demonstrators demand that Palestinian refugees be granted the "right of return" to their towns and villages in historical Palestine from which they were driven in 1948 to make way for the new state of Israel.

Human rights groups have said soldiers can only use lethal force if they face an apparent imminent threat to their lives. "An order to open live fire at unarmed protesters is manifestly unlawful", it said.

Organizers of the protests have said they are meant to be "nonviolent resistance".

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