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Israeli troops kill 32 Palestinians in Gaza on Monday

Monday was a violent day in Gaza, with Israeli troops killing 32 Palestinians. This brings the death toll in Gaza to over 2,100 since the start of the conflict on July 8.

The Israeli military says that its troops came under attack from Gaza militants who were firing rockets and mortars. In response, the troops opened fire, killing 32 Palestinians.

The Gaza Health Ministry says that among the dead are women and children.

This latest round of violence began on Friday, when a Palestinian teenager was killed by Israeli troops. Since then, there have been daily clashes between Israeli troops and Palestinian protesters.

On Sunday, an Israeli soldier was killed by a Palestinian sniper. This was the first Israeli casualty since the start of the conflict.

The situation in Gaza is extremely dire, with more than 100,000 people displaced and living in makeshift shelters. There is a severe shortage of food, water, and medical supplies.

The United Nations has called for a ceasefire, but so far there has been no let-up in the fighting.

Israeli military says it was responding to ‘large-scale’ Gaza border violence

On Monday, the Israeli military announced that it had been responding to “large-scale” border violence from Gaza over the weekend. In a statement, the military said that it had targeted “dozens of terror targets” in the Gaza Strip in response to rocket fire and attempted border breaches.

The statement came after a weekend of violence in which Palestinian protesters clashed with Israeli security forces at the Gaza-Israel border. At least 16 Palestinians were killed and over 1,000 were wounded in the clashes, according to the Palestinian Health Ministry.

The Israeli military said that it had used “air and ground forces” to target Gaza militants. It also said that it had thwarted “several attempted terror attacks” and that it had destroyed “a significant portion” of Gaza’s “terror infrastructure.”

The violence erupted on Friday, the first day of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan, and continued into Sunday. It was some of the worst fighting between Israeli forces and Palestinian militants in Gaza since the 2014 Gaza war.

The Israeli military said that it would “continue to act decisively” to protect Israeli civilians and would “respond forcefully to any attempts to harm Israeli civilians or breach Israeli sovereignty.”

The Palestinian Authority condemned the Israeli attacks on Gaza and called for international intervention to stop the “massacre.”

The weekend’s violence came as tensions have been rising in the Gaza Strip in recent weeks. Palestinian protesters have been holding weekly rallies along the Gaza-Israel border to demand an end to the Israeli-Egyptian blockade of Gaza. The rallies have often turned violent, with Israeli forces using tear gas and live fire to disperse the crowds.

At least 140 Palestinians have been killed by Israeli fire since the protests began in March 2018.

Palestinians and human rights groups say many of those killed were unarmed protesters

The United Nations human rights chief has called for an independent investigation into the deaths of at least 58 Palestinians during mass protests along the Gaza border on Monday.

Palestinians and human rights groups say many of those killed were unarmed protesters. Israel says it was defending its border against violent demonstrators.

The UN human rights chief, Zeid Ra’ad al-Hussein, said the use of live fire by Israeli troops against the protesters was “shocking”.

“It is a staggering number and it needs to be investigated,” he told the BBC.

The Israeli military has defended its actions, saying its troops opened fire only when necessary to stop “mass infiltrations” and acts of “violence”.

Monday’s protests were the culmination of a six-week campaign calling for Palestinians to be able to return to homes they fled or were forced to leave when Israel was created in 1948.

At least 2,400 people were also wounded in the clashes, according to the Palestinian Ministry of Health.

The Israeli military says 43,000 Palestinians took part in “violent riots” at 13 locations along the Gaza border.

It says troops opened fire in response to “mainly firebombs and stones”, and that there were also attempts to damage the border fence and to carry out attacks.

The Israeli army has released footage it says shows protesters trying to damage the fence and throwing stones and firebombs.

Palestinians say the vast majority of those killed were unarmed protesters.

The Palestinian Centre for Human Rights says at least 50 of the dead were shot by Israeli snipers.

It says more than 1,350 people were wounded by live bullets, and that the death toll would have been higher if not for the efforts of Palestinian medics.

The International Committee of the Red Cross has called for an independent investigation into the deaths and injuries.

The Palestinian Authority has condemned the “massacre” and called for a day of national mourning.

The UN Security Council is due to hold an emergency meeting later on Tuesday to discuss the violence.

UN calls for independent investigation into Gaza killings

The United Nations has called for an independent investigation into the killings of over 100 Palestinians in Gaza during protests against the opening of the US embassy in Jerusalem.

UN human rights chief Zeid Ra’ad al-Hussein said the use of live fire by Israeli forces against demonstrators was “unacceptable”.

“It seems anyone is liable to be shot dead or maimed,” he said.

More than 2,000 people were also wounded in Monday’s violence, the UN said.

The Israeli military said it was acting in self-defence, claiming that Hamas – which controls Gaza – was using the protests as a cover to carry out attacks.

But human rights groups have accused the Israeli security forces of using excessive force.

The UN Security Council is due to meet later on Tuesday to discuss the unrest.

Monday’s violence was the deadliest day in Gaza since the 2014 war.


It’s been a long and difficult battle, but Israel and the Palestinians have finally agreed to a ceasefire. After weeks of fighting and thousands of casualties, both sides have agreed to a truce that will hopefully lead to a more permanent peace agreement.

The details of the ceasefire are still being worked out, but it appears that Israel will stop its bombing campaign of Gaza and the Palestinians will stop their rocket attacks on Israel. There will also be a series of negotiations in the coming weeks to try and resolve the underlying issues that led to the conflict in the first place.

This is obviously a very positive development and it’s to be hoped that the ceasefire will hold and that a lasting peace can be achieved.

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