Israeli MK: 'Hamas Wants Quiet in Gaza, We Want The Same'

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Yaghi and Suri were buried on Saturday.

Meanwhile, at least 160 Palestinians have been martyred by Israeli fire since along the Gaza border since the Marches of Return started late March.

The protests have been marked by clashes as some protesters hurl stones at Israeli soldiers and attempt to breach the border fence, at times laying explosive devices on the fence and using incendiary kites to set ablaze Israeli fields, torching extensive patches of agricultural land near the border.

In a statement, a military spokesperson said the airstrike targeted a squad "that was launching arson balloons from the northern Gaza Strip into Israel".

Palestinian sources said a drone was used by the army but that no one was wounded in the attack.

Critics say it amounts to collective punishment of the coastal territory's two million residents.

The 12 passengers are mostly from Sweden but also from Germany, Britain, Spain, France and Canada.

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Al-Jaghoub said that his movement had warned the Palestinians and their factions regarding "the conspiracies being plotted against them represented by the "deal of the century".

The SY Freedom for Gaza was carrying mainly medical supplies and two of its passengers were journalists, said an organiser from a group named Ship to Gaza which organised the trip.

The Palestinian Health Ministry has yet to issue a statement about casualties. In response to the protests, Israel on July 9 tightened the blockade by shuttering Gaza's main commercial terminal and limiting a Palestinian fishing zone off the enclave.

The Palestinians and the United Nations similarly dispute Israel's assertion that it ended its occupation of Gaza in 2005.

According to Al-Akhbar, Hamas's leadership, including its Shura Council, or parliament, is expected to convene a vote on the proposal, which was brokered by UN Special Coordinator for the Middle East Peace Process Nickolay Mladenov in meetings with Netanyahu, Egyptian Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry, and Hamas leaders in the Gaza Strip in recent weeks.

Senior PLO official Ahmed Majdalani said any agreement with Israel should not be limited to "Hamas".

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