Israeli troops fire in Gaza: 2 children among, 7 Gazans killed

October 1, 2018 | Brainwave Science

Israeli troops fire in Gaza:  2 children among, 7 Gazans killed: Brainwave Science


Latest days have become one of the bloodiest during Israeli-Palestinians conflict. Last Friday was the deadliest day of protests aimed at Gaza’s border blockade in several months. Protests began in March and recently accelerated after the latest failure to negotiate an easing of Gaza’s 11-year-old border blockade. During the latest protest, Israeli aircraft carried out two airstrikes on Hamas militant positions in the Gaza Strip.

According to Palestinian health officials, as a result of the Israeli troops, 7 Palestinians were killed. Moreover, officials confirmed that 2 of the victims were children, ages 11 and 14. A Gaza rights group says the 11-year-old is the youngest to have been killed by Israeli fire in the protests since it started.  Besides, officials claimed about dozens of injured people.

Gaza health officials initially said that the youngest victim was 12. However, his family gave his date of birth as Dec. 29, 2006. Thousands of people attended funerals for 7 Palestinians that were killed by Israeli fire last Friday.   Gaza Health Ministry said total of 506 Palestinians were injured in the clashes.  According to the IDF, some 20,000 Palestinians demonstrated in various locations along the fence, with protesters burning tires and hurling grenades, explosive devices and stones at soldiers. The IDF said it responded with riot control measures in accordance with the open-fire policy.



Gaza Border has been one of the most volatile borders for decades now. Though the Palestinians don’t have an army, rockets are regularly fired from Gaza into Israel. Israelis living in border towns are used to having to take shelter and adapting their lives to deal with the rockets. Israel-Palestinians conflict is one of the longest and bloodiest conflicts for many years. Hamas (which rules Gaza) has been leading weekly protests since this March and hundreds of Palestinian protesters lost their lives in this fight. Those protests were accelerated in recent weeks to near-daily events. Protestants claimed that their main goal is pressing for an end to a crippling Israeli-Egyptian blockade imposed after Hamas’s violent takeover of Gaza in 2007.


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