Mother of Gaza teen killed in airstrike denies militant ties

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu speaks to the Jewish Federations' General Assembly in Tel Aviv

The Israeli security cabinet met on Sunday afternoon to discuss the escalation in the Gaza Strip over the weekend and chose to pursue "an iron fist policy on the one hand while giving a chance to the efforts of Egypt and the United Nations special coordinator the Middle East peace process, Nickolay Mladenov to reach a truce" Israeli media reported.

"The resistance factions will respond to the [Israeli] crime in the way they see fit", the group said in a statement.

The airstrike comes three days after three Palestinian teens were killed by an Israeli airstrike near the southern Gaza border fence. The area where the incident occurred has never been used as a site for protests. The Israeli army claim they placed an explosive device on a security fence.

Ashraf al-Kidra, a health ministry official, reports that ambulance personnel are carrying corpses to a hospital, having recovered them from within the perimeter fence that separates Gaza from Israel. It gave their ages as 14 and 15.

Fatma Abu Isied said her 13-year-old nephew, Khaled, used to go to the open space along the border to catch birds.

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The situation in Gaza remains volatile, with recurrent clashes along the perimeter fence with Israel and regular exchange of rocket fire and missiles between armed groups in Gaza and the Israeli military. An israeli soldier has been killed.

Israeli forces fired tear gas canisters at the Palestinian protestors who attempted to break the naval siege imposed on Gaza strip.

Israel justifies its blockade by the need to contain Hamas and accused the islamist movement that runs the enclave of orchestrating the protests for "terrorists".

Israel and Palestinian militants in Gaza have fought three wars since 2008 and the recent unrest has sparked fears of a fourth.

Since March, Gaza witnesses protest every Friday because of Israel's unwillingness to accept the Palestinians' Right to Return, a United Nations recognized right for families and children of more than 750,000 Palestinians who left their homes, towns, and cities in 1948 when Israel was founded.

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