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Palestinian said killed by Israeli fire in central Gaza

Palestinian said killed by Israeli fire in central Gaza

The Palestinian Finance Ministry in the Gaza Strip on Friday started paying civil servants from funds donated by Qatar, according to Qatar news agency.

Israeli media revealed that the lists of Palestinian civil servants who were paid, went through "security screening" in Israel within a process agreed upon by the Qatari mediators. Hamas says the monthly payments will gradually increase.

Gaza's Hamas rulers have recently scaled down a months-long wave of border protests as Egypt has been trying to mediate a truce between the Islamic militant group and Israel.

Emadi had "smuggled the money" into Gaza in suitcases like a "gangster", the official said.

Gaza City: A Palestinian was killed by Israeli fire during clashes along the Gaza Strip border yesterday, the health ministry in the coastal enclave said.

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Such a deal harmed Egyptian efforts to reconcile Hamas and the PA and would allow the Islamist movement to consolidate its control over Gaza, Majdalani said.

Palestinians react to tear gas fired by Israeli forces during clashes east of Gaza City near the border between the Gaza Strip and Israel on November 2, 2018. However, neither Defense Minister Avigdor Lieberman nor Cogat - the Israeli Coordination of Government Activities in the Palestinian Territories - have confirmed the report for the moment.

Israel had previously agreed to the gas-rich Gulf Arab state donating materials for civilian construction projects or fuel, anxious that more fungible cash donations could reach Hamas, with which it has fought three wars in a decade. An Israeli soldier was killed by a Palestinian sniper.

At least 221 Palestinians have been killed by Israeli fire, the majority shot during protests and clashes, while others have died in tank fire or air strikes.

"This is one of the fruits of the "March of Return", Abraham Baker, a police officer who received a full salary, said, using the Palestinian term for the protests, which demand rights to lands lost to Israel's in the 1948 war of its founding.


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