Israel deliberately shooting journalists: Media watchdog

Palestinian journalist dies from gunshot wounds

Israeli Sniper Targets, Kills Journalist in "PRESS" Vest

Israeli Defence Minister Avigdor Lieberman said Sunday there were "no naive people" in the Hamas-run Gaza Strip after days of protests and clashes left 30 Palestinians dead, including a journalist.

"Palestinian photographer Yasser Mourtaja was wearing a vest marked "Press": he was obviously the victim of an intentional shot", said Christophe Deloire, the Secretary General of Reporters Without Borders (RSF), on Twitter.

The report further referred to concerns by the Israeli army sources that in case of many Palestinian casualties, the worldwide community might renew diplomatic pressure on the regime.

Haaretz said the Israeli army is using live fire because it fears a massive breach of the aging Gaza fence.

The Israeli army has launched an investigation into the incident, said the army in a statement.

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On Thursday, Lieberman threatened to respond to the protests in the "harshest" manner if the demonstrators approach the fence separating Israelis and Palestinians.

"Despite this, since last Friday the IDF (Israeli Defense Forces) have been dealing with tens of thousands of people approaching the fence, all instigated by Hamas", it added. On Friday, Israel continued its series of massacres in the besieged city of Gaza with snipers killing Yaser and nine other civilians during the Great March of Return protests.

Three other journalists sustained tear gas injuries and at least one cameraman a gunshot in his leg, health ministry and media activists reported.

Two of those killed were children under the age of 18: Hussein Muhammad Adnan Madi, 13, shot in the stomach with live fire east of Gaza City, and Alaa al-Din Yahya Ismail al-Zamli, 15, fatally wounded east of Rafah.

"The killing and wounding of yet more unarmed Palestinian protesters yesterday by Israeli forces in Gaza is an outrage".

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The United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights stated its "grave concern" for further violence ahead of Friday's demonstrations. Since then the IDF has killed 31 Palestinian protestors who have come to the barrier or attempted to cut through it.

Having failed to condemn Israel's premeditated slaughter last week, the European Union put out a statement Thursday night urging Palestinians to "avoid any incitement to violence" and to "remain strictly nonviolent", even though not a single Israeli has been reported injured as a result of the protests.

Israel has no official death toll figures.

In the West Bank political capital of Ramallah, around 50 Palestinian journalists held a vigil for Murtaja.

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