Gaza violence continues, 3 teenagers were planting bombs, says Israel
October 30, 2018 | Brainwave Science
According to several news reports, three teenagers were killed after the attack by the Israeli military on the Gaza border. The bodies of the three dead Palestinians were admitted to the Nasser hospital in the city of Khan-Yunis. Two of them are 13 years old, the third is 14, the teenagers were killed in a shelling on the eastern border. The Israeli military said it targeted suspected militants who approached the border fence and “were apparently involved in placing” a bomb next to it. “Three Palestinians approached the security fence in the southern Gaza Strip, attempted to damage it and were apparently involved in placing an improvised explosive device (IED) adjacent to it,” the Israeli Defence Forces (IDF) said. Palestinian political factions denied that the boys were planting explosives and said they were playing in an area close to their homes in southern Gaza. Islamic Jihad, the second largest militant group in Gaza after Hamas, promised revenge for the teenagers’ deaths, saying it would “respond to this crime in a way that suits its magnitude”. Islamic Jihad fired dozens of rockets into Israel on Friday night and Saturday morning, leading to a wave of Israeli airstrikes in Gaza in response. Violence in Gaza has flared and then calmed repeatedly in recent months, neither going completely quiet nor sparking a full-scale war.
Since May 2018, anti-Israeli speeches are taking place in the Gaza Strip against the background of the transfer of the US Embassy to Jerusalem, which Israel considers its undivided capital. At the same time, Palestine claims the eastern part of the city. Thousands of Arabs come to protest. In similar clashes, according to the Gaza Health Ministry, about 190 people died, over 19 thousand were injured.
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. Residents of the Gaza Strip have fallen into a classic historical dead end, the exit from which will be associated with bloodshed. Both sides maintain their story and the situation remains stagnant. Human rights groups have accused Israeli troops of using excessive force. Israel has said they have only opened fire in self-defense or on people trying to infiltrate its territory under the cover of the protests. Palestinians have also launched kites and balloons carrying containers of burning fuel and explosive devices over the border, sparking fires in Israel that have reportedly burned more than 2,800 hectares (6,900 acres) of forest and farmland.
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Main Source: The Telegraph News
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