Palestinians say Israeli fire kills 2 at Gaza-Israel fence

Two Palestinians killed by Israeli fire in Gaza border clashes Gaza ministry

Two Palestinians killed by Israeli fire in Gaza border clashes Gaza ministry

Twenty-three countries voted in favor of the measure, with eight opposing it. Britain and many European Union countries abstained.

"The moral majority, on the other hand, didn't support it", it said. We want to keep our journalism open and accessible and be able to keep providing you with news and analysis from the frontlines of Israel, the Middle East and the Jewish World.

"There have not been any injuries inflicted on any Israelis, be they military or civilians", he said.

Two Israeli soldiers have been killed over the same period.

The UN Human Rights Council (UNHRC) adopted a draft resolution on Friday to strengthen the UN presence in the Israeli-occupied Palestinian territory.

According to observations by PCHR's fieldworkers, the Israeli forces who stationed in prone positions and in military jeeps along the fence with Israel continued to use excessive force against the protesters by opening fire and firing tear gas canisters at them.

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Medical officials said two men aged 29 and 18 were killed by Israeli fire at two sites in central Gaza.

The text was based on a report by a United Nations inquiry which said that Israeli security forces may have committed war crimes and crimes against humanity in killing 189 Palestinians and wounding more than 6,100 during weekly protests past year. "The report ignored the publicly stated objective of the events - to storm and breach Israel's border - and does not give any consideration to the possibility that a mob which includes Hamas militants would storm and attack the 70000 Israeli civilians living in towns and communities adjacent to the Gaza border".

"Israel's record for investigating deaths of Palestinians in Gaza and the West Bank is dismal", the report asserted.

At the same time, the commission of inquiry also said it believes that Hamas "encouraged or defended demonstrators' use of incendiary kites and balloons, causing fear and significant material damage in southern Israel", and that the group failed to stop the use of these "indiscriminate devices".

The Israeli government did not cooperate with the authors of the report. In effect, this is a vote of no confidence to the report.

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