Palestinian teen shot by Israeli forces dies: ministry

Palestinian teen shot by Israeli forces dies: ministry

Palestinian teen shot by Israeli forces dies: ministry

He was referring to Hamas's violent takeover of the Gaza Strip in 2007.

Fatah criticized "Hamas" for being involved in "shameful negotiations" with Israel, saying the deal aims "to separate Gaza from the homeland and establish a small state which would be the graveyard for our national project".

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Hussam Badran, one senior Hamas official, during a Sunday interview with Gaza radio station said, "Hamas has conducted internal meetings that have not yet ended". The UN has reported that Gaza could be "uninhabitable" by 2020. Israel maybe open to slight easing of the blockade for all of that, but it's not clear they'll allow it to progress to a bigger deal ending the blockade outright. Twenty-four of slain protesters were minors, the ministry has said.

Hamas, meanwhile, is desperate to end the blockade, which has made it increasingly hard for the group to govern and has led to growing hardships in Gaza. The people on board were taken for "further inquiry".

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Israel insists its blockade is necessary to isolate Gaza's Islamist Hamas rulers, with which it has fought three wars since 2008.

The deadly clashes have seen Israeli security forces facing gunfire, grenades, Molotov cocktails and efforts - sometimes successful - to damage or penetrate the border fence.

Incendiary balloons and flaming kites launched by Gazans have wreaked havoc in the Israeli communities surrounding Gaza since April, sparking fires that have scorched thousands of acres of farmlands and countryside. At least 50 of those killed have been identified by Hamas as members of the militant group.

One Israeli soldier was shot dead by a Palestinian sniper.

On Friday, firefighters had worked to extinguish 16 blazes caused by incendiary balloons across Israeli communities near the Gaza Strip, a spokesman for the Israeli Fire and Rescue Services said.

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