Hamas vows vengeance for assassination of drone expert in Kuala Lampur

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"Yesterday Israeli soldiers again opened fire on protesters in Gaza using live ammunition from across the border fence killing four Palestinians, including a 15-year old and wounding more than 150", said European Union spokeswoman Maja Kocijancic.

Palestinianian protester runs for cover amidst the fumes from burning tires during clashes with Israeli forces across the border, following a demonstration calling for the right to return - meaning Palestinian refugees being allowed to go back to the land they fled or were expelled from during the 1948 war surrounding Israel's creation - near the border with Israel, east of Gaza City, in the southern Gaza Strip, on April 20, 2018. Some of the activists threw stones toward the fence or flew kites with flaming rags dangling from their tails. Hamas itself has also pointed fingers at Israel, promising "to hold meetings with the Malaysian officials and follow up closely the details of the crime".

Mohammed's father, Ibrahim, said Saturday that his son was killed in cold blood.

The family of a Palestinian lecturer, allegedly linked to a Hamas drone and rocket program, has accused Mossad of his murder in Kuala Lumpur.

Protesters are aiming to participate in a large border march on 15 May, the 70th anniversary of Israel's founding.

In a statement from the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip, the victim's family said: "We accuse the Mossad of being behind the assassination".

According to the Gaza Health Ministry, gunfire from Israeli troops killed 15-year-old Mohammad Ayoub, 25-year-old Ahmed Nabil Aqel, who was disabled, 23-year-old Ahmad Rashad Al Athamna and 32-year-old Saddy Abu Taha.

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More than 150 Palestinians were wounded Friday, in the fourth round of weekly Hamas-led mass protests in the border area.

However, Israeli defence minister Avigdor Lieberman said it was likely that Batsh was killed as part of an internal Palestinian dispute.

"Now, the ICC is required to immediately declare an worldwide investigation into these crimes", said Erekat, the secretary of the umbrella Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO).

In Gaza, at the entrance of mourner's tent erected by Hamas, a banner lauded Batsh as a "commander" in the terror group, which also positioned ten masked fighters there, adhering to protocol for senior Hamas commander funerals.

"Our people will outnumber the occupation and force it from our land", he said, referring to Israel.

Israel and the United States both consider Hamas a terrorist organization. Hamas critics say the group's refusal to disarm has been a key obstacle to ending the blockade. It has said snipers only target the "main instigators".

Over the weeks, Israel's use of lethal force has drawn worldwide condemnation.

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