United Nations human rights body to hold special session on violence in Gaza

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Hamas has been designated as a terrorist group by the U.S. Department of State for more than two decades.

To hear the mainstream media (MSM) tell it, Israel gunned down peaceful demonstrators this week who were merely angry over moving the USA embassy to Jerusalem, and it's all Donald Trump's fault. That led to the usual media frenzy about Israel using "disproportionate" force and wantonly killing civilians, and the also usual virtue-signaling by self-identified "progressive Jews" who claimed to be ashamed.

"You must tell Hamas that violence is not the answer", he said. That percentage might be higher, as it is based on confirmed identifications of terror group membership.

"It's important for people to understand that this event really is the cause of the Israel-Palestine conflict", Levine said.

"I am deeply concerned about the escalating deaths and injuries in Gaza", said Warren when asked for comment.

It was the deadliest day in Gaza since a 2014 war between Israel and Gaza's ruling Hamas.

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"Hamas is the one that sends us Facebook and text messages telling us to go and in the mosques, they call and send flyers to tell to go to the fence", the unidentified Hamas member said.

On Tuesday, the army released a video that appeared to show protesters detonating several explosions near the border. "There are people who are storming the border attempting to kill Israeli soldiers, sending kites with incendiary devices".

Israel and militants in Gaza have fought three wars since 2008.

Asked about life in Gaza, Mr Regev acknowledged the Palestinians "live a very hard life", but blamed Hamas, claiming it does nothing for the people but "invests its efforts in a holy war - their words, not mine - against Israel".

"It's not just that it's provoked violence or that it's made the United States look like the biased broker instead of the honest broker", Indyk said of the embassy move, "but it also has set the process back in a way that all this loose talk about how it's going to advance peace is ludicrous".

Funerals are to be held in Gaza for the 58 people killed.

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"Make no mistake, Hamas is pleased with the results from yesterday", she said.

On Monday, White House deputy press secretary Raj Shah declared "the responsibility for these tragic deaths rests squarely with Hamas".

In response, an IDF tank fired on a Hamas military position in the northern Gaza Strip, the military said.

Whatever their personal failings or policy mistakes, recent U.S. presidents sensibly put off the requirements of the 1995 Jerusalem Embassy Act, shifting the American embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem to "protect their national security interests", knowing well that any imposed change in status of the contested city would spark violent Palestinian unrest, end the supposed American role of "honest broker" in the 70-year Palestinian-Israel dispute and prove the final nail in the coffin for a viable two-state solution. Notably, the transfer of the United States embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem was condemned by the Arab summit too in April.

After Trump announced that the US would move its embassy to Jerusalem at least ten other countries said they meant to follow suit.

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