More than 30 Palestinians have been killed and hundreds wounded by Israeli forces since March 30 as thousands have approached the fence and clashes have erupted.
The Gaza Health Ministry said that 34 Palestinians were killed, including two Hamas militants, and more than 2,800 were wounded since the start of the popular rallies on March 30.
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The Israeli military said demonstrators also hurled an explosive device and several firebombs near the fence.
The protests are expected to continue until mid-May, when US President Donald Trump plans to move the US embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, a move that has deeply angered the Palestinians.
The media is painting Israel as being overly aggressive and in some cases, flat out murderous, with the "protestors" who want to breach the border fence and return to lands they claim were once theirs.
Israeli aircrafts attacked today at dawn an alleged target of the Hamas movement in the town of Shujaiyeh, in the Gaza Strip, causing the death of a Palestinian.
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The leader of Gaza's ruling Hamas group and Israel's prime minister staked out tough positions Monday, making de-escalation on the Israel-Gaza border in the near future unlikely.
Marchers protest against a decade-old blockade and assert what they say is a "right of return" of Palestinian refugees to what is now Israel.
In the footage of the incident, voices can be heard discussing opening fire on Palestinians walking on the other side of the border fence.
The second such "march" came on Friday, April 6, and Hamas vows to mount one each Friday until "Nakba Day", the annual day when Palestinians mark the "catastrophe" of Israel's creation in May of 1948.
Israel's Defence Minister Avigdor Lieberman on Tuesday accused the journalist of being an active member of Hamas, Gaza's Islamist resistance rulers, with which the Israel has fought three wars in a decade.
Israel has said it has the right to defend its sovereign border, amid mounting worldwide expressions of concern about the escalation of the past 10 days. "Your country would do the same", an Israeli foreign ministry spokesman said on Twitter.