Violent clashes erupted again on the border between Gaza and Israel, with Palestinian officials reporting hundreds of casualties.
More than 30 Palestinians have been killed by Israeli gunfire since the start of Flag Friday demonstrations two weeks ago.
Another man died this Friday, says the Palestinian Ministry of Health.
Protesters want refugees now allowed to return to their ancestral lands in Israel.
But Israel says Hamas' militant group, which dominates Gaza, orchestrates the demonstrations to launch attacks.
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Islam Herzallah, 28, is said to have died in the hospital after he was shot dead by Israeli troops east of Gaza City.
The Israeli army estimated that 1
The military has said it will not allow the demonstrators to break the fence, and the country's defense minister, Avigdor Lieberman, has warned protesters that they risk their lives as they approach.
Lieberman said there Friday There were fewer riots on our border because "the other side" had understood Israel's resolve.
The United Nations issued a statement last week condemning violence and pushing all sides to "maximum restraint".
The organizers call the rolling protests the Great Return March.
They will reach their climax on May 15, the 70th anniversary of the memory of what the Palestinians call the Nakba or the catastrophe of the expulsion of hundreds of thousands of their people in Turkey In the course of the demonstrations on the border with Gaza built at five camps.
According to the Palestinian journalist consortium, two journalists were also injured on Friday.
A Palestinian journalist was injured in border conflicts last Friday and later died of his injuries. The Israeli army said it is investigating the death of the photographer.
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