RT – March 30, 2018: An emergency meeting is being held by the UN Security Council after some Muslim states and the Arab League decried what they view as Israel’s brutal crackdown on protesters in Gaza, which led to the deaths of at least 15 people.
The meeting was called by Kuwait, which, along with Turkey, Egypt, Jordan and other countries with predominantly Muslim population, voiced their anger over the way the Israeli army retaliated against mass unrest that erupted along the border with Gaza Strip on Friday.
(BattleForWorld – March 30, 2018: This Israel-Palestine clash is obviously instigated by the West to clog up the western media since the Skripal case also instigated by the West to accuse the Russians has run out of steam.)
PASSOVER UPRISING, PALESTINIANS MARCH ON BORDER
DAILYMAIL – March 30, 2018: The article highlight that hundreds injured as Palestinian protesters clash with Israeli military at Gaza border. And at least 12 protesters killed in clashes and one man died earlier on Friday in Israeli shelling on Gaza. Thousands of Palestinians have gathered in tent encampments set up in five sites near the border. The ‘tent protest’ will last for six weeks, until the U.S. carries out move of embassy to Jerusalem, and protesters were seen burning posters of U.S. President Donald Trump at the border today (March 30). (BattleForWorld: It is a never ending narrative by the West against the Palestinians in the interest of Israel to dominate the region at a future time.)
At least 12 Palestinians have been killed and hundreds hurt during one of the largest Palestinian demonstrations along the Israel-Gaza border in recent years. And tens of thousands of Palestinians, pressing for a right of return for refugees to what is now Israel, gathered at five locations along the fenced 40-mile frontier where tents were erected for a planned six-week protest, local officials said.
Demonstrators were also seen burning and stamping on posters with the face of U.S. President Donald Trump, who ordered the US embassy in Israel moved from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem. The protesters have vowed to remain at the border until the embassy moves to Jerusalem on May 14.
The Israeli military estimated there were 30,000 demonstrators and used a drone to drop tear gas on the massive crowds.