Assault on Gaza Border

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The return march protests are calling for millions of Palestinians to be allowed to return to their historic homes, that are now inside Israel. "We are not accusing the Palestinian Intelligence, but in the course of our investigation we discovered that Brigadier-General Baha Balousha of the intelligence department orchestrated the attack", said Bozom. Though Hamas formally resubmitted to Abbas's authority previous year, their reconciliation has been held up by disputes over power-sharing.

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Gaza: An Israeli soldier shot an unarmed Palestinian youth.

A 15-year-old Palestinian boy in Gaza succumbed on Saturday morning to critical wounds he sustained by Israeli live fire during the fifth week of Gaza's "Great March of Return" protests on Friday.

As stated by the press Secretary of the Ministry of internal Affairs created by the Hamas administration sector Iyad al-Bose, organizer of the assassination was one of his subordinates Faraj - Brigadier-General Bach Balousha.

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It said "hundreds of rioters" tried to burn the fence and enter Israel, and went on to say that the crowd threw explosives, firebombs and rocks, and that troops opened fire "in accordance with the rules of engagement", halting the crowd.

Israel says it is protecting its borders and takes such action only when protesters, some hurling stones and rolling burning tires, come too close to the border fence.

There is considerable fear among Israelis of a mass breach in which Gazans stream across, militants mixed in, wreaking havoc. Hamas and Islamic Jihad oppose Abbas' strategy of peace talks with Israel. Life in the coastal strip has deteriorated further in recent months, with rising unemployment and grinding poverty.

According to the Hamas-run ministry, it is holding four men in custody, claiming they were part of a cell guided by PA officers based in the West Bank. The last round collapsed, in part because Hamas refused to disarm.

The parliament of the Palestine Liberation Organisation will convene for the first time in decades on Monday (April 30), as ageing President Mahmud Abbas seeks to strengthen his hand ahead of the U.S. embassy move to Jerusalem. Hundreds of thousands of Palestinians fled or were displaced in the 1948 war over Israel's creation.