Israel bombs Hamas targets in Gaza

A Palestinian protester holds a tear gas canister in his mouth during a demonstration along the border with Israel east of Khan Yunis in the southern Gaza strip

Thousands of people gathered in Gaza on Saturday for the funeral of Razan al-Najjar, a 21-year-old Palestinian medic who witnesses say Israeli soldiers shot dead near the border fence on Friday.

Al-Mezan, a Gaza-based rights group, said Najjar was 100 metres from the fence and wearing a clearly marked paramedic's vest when she was shot. "Hit me with your bullets".

Other mainstream media outlets have so far missed the Razan Al-Najjar story nearly entirely.

The protests have demanded that Palestinians who fled or were expelled in the 1948 war surrounding Israel's creation be allowed to return to their former homes, now inside the Jewish state.

"My daughter Razan was targeted". Is there any doubt that the mainstream media would cover her death extensively, with photos, and interviews with friends and family?

Instead, Razan was shot in her chest with live ammunition, the single bullet escaping through a hole in the back of her vest.

"She was deliberately and directly killed by an explosive bullet, which is illegal under global law", Sabreen said. "It was a sniper".

"Medical workers are #NotATarget!"

Earlier in the day, Israeli tanks also fired upon the coastal area.

In a statement later on Friday, Hanan Ashrawi, Palestinian Liberation Organization executive committee member, said the United States had once again demonstrated its "blind loyalty to Israel and tried to absolve it of any wrongdoing despite its egregious violations, deliberate massacres and willful killings and war crimes".

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"They are targeting more than 245 paramedics. This violates the human rights and worldwide laws", the Red Crescent official stressed.

In a written statement on Saturday, the military said it would investigate al-Najar's death. "Unfortunately, the Hamas terror organization deliberately and methodically places civilians in danger".

A second draft resolution proposed by the United States blaming Hamas for the violence while mentioning Israel's right to defend itself, was later voted on. And to send a message to the world: "Without weapons, we can do anything". We are not terrorists", Lamya told RT. "We are unarmed. "We do this for our country", she continued, adding that it was humanitarian work. "All we have is medical tools and medicine to heal the injuries". "We are just rescuing injured people and healing their wounds".

At 3:20 a.m., sirens again went off in the Shaar Hanegev and Sdot Negev regions, with the army confirming another "launch from the Gaza Strip to Israeli territory", and identifying the projectile as a rocket.

"Thousands of mourners attended Najjar's funeral procession in Khan Younes".

"She helped all people".

"The strength that I showed as a first responder on the first day of protests, I dare you to find it anyone else", she said.

"She used to come home with blood covering her uniform".

On the same day the US vetoed a resolution at the U.N Security Council demanding an end to Israel's practice of firing on unarmed demonstrators in the Occupied Palestinian Territories and the Gaza strip, outrage was again heightened after a nurse attempting to attend to injured protesters was shot and killed by IDF snipers near the Gaza border.

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