Palestinian boy was shot and killed by Israeli troops in Gaza12-year-old Hassan Abu al-Neil died a week after being shot and wounded by Israeli troops during a protest at the Gaza border.Gaza health officials said a 12-year-old Palestinian boy was shot in the head by Israeli troops during a demonstration at the Gaza-Israeli border last week and has now died from his injuries.Hassan Abu Neal was shot and killed on August 21 in a demonstration organized by the Hamas rulers of Gaza to commemorate the 52nd anniversary of the burning of the Al-Aqsa Mosque compound in Occupied East Jerusalem and to protest the severe blockade. He Died on Saturday imposed by Israel and Egypt.
The Israeli military stated that some protesters tried to climb the border fence and threw “explosive devices” at its soldiers.Another Palestinian man, later identified as a member of the Hamas military service, died of his injuries on Wednesday.An Israeli soldier was shot and killed by protesters in a critical condition.Since the end of the weekly “Return Parade” in 2019, the most violent conflict has occurred on the border. From 2018 to 2019, thousands of Palestinians in Gaza protested the blockade at the border, demanding that they have the right to return to the land where they live. Israel was ethnically cleansed when the state was founded in 1948.
Hundreds of Palestinian protesters demonstrated near the border between Gaza and Israel on Wednesday, again calling for the relaxation of the blockade imposed by Israel since 2007.Under pressure from the Egyptian mediator, Hamas kept the demonstrators away from the isolation fence. The protests ended and the deadly violence last week did not happen again.After Wednesday’s protest, Israel said it was relaxing some commercial restrictions on Gaza, allowing vehicles, goods and equipment used in reconstruction projects to enter the Palestinian enclaves. The Israeli Ministry of Defense stated that if the situation remains calm, the easing policy may be further expanded.Egypt closed its border crossing with Gaza to put pressure on Hamas and partially reopened the border crossing to allow a small amount of traffic from Egypt into Gaza.