Gaza protests: Two bloody days on the border - News Summed Up

Gaza protests: Two bloody days on the border


For weeks, the fence separating Israel and the Gaza Strip has been the site of deadly mass protests, and at least 60 Palestinians were killed by Israeli forces this week. Sea Abu Safiya Gaza City Malaka Protest locations Al Bureij ISRAEL GAZA Khan Younis Al-Najar camp Rafah An-Nahda EGYPTTens of thousands of Gazans have taken part in the protests, gathering at spots like this one, the Al-Najar camp, where they picnic and listen to speeches. ISRAEL Burning tires GAZA A 300-meter-wide buffer zone is in place along the length of the border. Al-Najar camp Protesters and families gather in tents, to listen to speeches or picnic Watchtowers and military outposts are positioned on the Israeli side of the fence. Burning tires create a smoke screen, shielding protesters Al-Najar camp GAZA Protesters and families gather in tents, to listen to speeches or picnic Watchtowers and military outposts are positioned on the Israeli side of the fence.


Source: Washington Post May 16, 2018 00:00 UTC


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