South Africa condemns Israeli forces' attack on Gazans

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The planned protests seem to be the last hope for Hamas to try to break a border blockade imposed by Israel and Egypt in 2007, when the group seized Gaza from Western-backed Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas.

On the first day of the Great Return March (31 March) 16 Palestinians were killed and hundreds wounded as Israeli forces claimed the protesters were rioting.

"We continue to believe in the need for a win-win agreement that can benefit Israel, the worldwide community and people needing asylum and we hope that Israel will reconsider its decision soon", spokesman William Spindler said.

In the run-up to the protests last week, Israel deployed thousands of troops along the fraught border, vowing to use deadly force against anyone who threatened Israel's "security infrastructure".

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The Shin Bet identified him and his cohorts as members of the Islamic Jihad militant group and said they were abusing the easing of Israeli restrictions on Gaza fisherman to collect intelligence on Israel's naval operations along the coast.

"Every person who comes close to the fence is endangering their lives", he said.

Dozens of migrants and their supporters also protested outside Netanyahu's office in Jerusalem and in Tel Aviv.

In retrospect, violent clashes and the casualties among the about 30,000 Palestinians who converged on the border were inevitable.

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The homepages for the municipality websites of Kfar Saba, Eilat, Herzliya and Acre were all targeted, along with the sites of Israel's national opera, teacher's union, and the Hillel Yaffe Medical Center.

Thereafter he said replied on his Facebook page on Monday, April 2, he suspended the agreement that would have allowed thousands of the migrants to remain in Israel for a while. After the recent failed attempt at a "unity government" between Fatah and Hamas to represent the Palestinians in negotiations with Israel, Israel is once again left stranded without a clear partner for peace to work with on the other side.

The killing continued on Tuesday when a Palestinian from Deir Al Balah, in the center of the Gaza Strip, was shot dead during a demonstrations held in the eastern area of the Bureij refugee camp.

The attack came on the 42nd Land Day in which Palestinians commemorate the 1976 protest over the confiscation of Palestinian land by the Israelis. Life in Gaza has become increasingly harsh after more than a decade of closures, with residents enduring daily power outages lasting hours.

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However, Hamas officials have not specifically called for a mass breach of the fence.

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