Two Palestinian killed in clashes on Gaza-Israel border

Death toll in 'Land Day' protest rises to 3

30 March, 13:33

    (ANSAmed) - TEL AVIV, MARCH 30 - Two Palestinian protesters has been killed on Friday in violent clashes with the Israeli military along the barrier fence between Gaza and the Jewish state where the Great March of Return protest is underway as part of Land Day, local sources reported on Friday. Mohammed Kamal Najjar, 25, was killed east of Jabalya in northern Gaza, and Amin Mahmoud Muammar (35), was killed n Rafah in the south of the Strip, taking Friday's death toll to three.

    A 27-year-old farmer was killed by tank fire near Khan Yunis in southern Gaza on Friday morning.

    The Israeli military reports that thousands of Palestinians are "rioting in six places along the Gaza Strip, buring types, throwing stones at the barrier fence and at Israeli troops, which are responding with anti-riot equipment and by firing at the main instigators". The army alos accuses Hamas, which has backed the protests, "of endangering civilian lives and using them for terrorist purposes". (ANSAmed)
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