According to Palestinian Health Ministry spokesman Ashraf al-Qudra, a Palestinian teenager, Mahmud al-Gharabli, died because of the wounds he received in the head east of Gaza City on May.
Palestinian have demonstrated along Gaza fence since March 30 and demanded their right to return to their homeland. Israeli militants opened fire on them that has killed at least 135 Palestinians, including 14 children. More than 15000 people have injured too.
The people were angry over demolition of Bedouin village and tried to stop destroying it. The scuffles with Israeli troops continued at Khan al-Ahmar, located to the east of Jerusalem al-Quds, which led to 35 causalities. The demonstrations were held when Israeli military issued a warrant, permitting soldiers to block access roads to the village.
High ranking Palestinian official accused the crimes and demanded the international community to block Tel Aviv’s move. Nickolay Mladenov, United Nations’ Middle East peace envoy, blamed Israel as well and said:
Such actions are contrary to international law and undermine the two-state solution.
In recent years, Israel has destroyed Palestinian’s homes and attacked the civilians’ residents and their properties. Over half a million Israeli live in illegal settlements since 1967 that have banned the efforts to establish peace in the Middle East.