Hamas Claims 50 Of 60 Killed On Gaza Border Were Terrorist Soldiers

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Julia Nista General Assignment Reporter
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Hamas claimed that 50 of the more than 60 killed along the border between Gaza and Israel during an outbreak of violent protests following the U.S. Embassy’s opening in Jerusalem Monday were part of its terror organization Wednesday.


An outbreak in violence on the Gaza border followed the U.S. Embassy opening in Jerusalem Monday.

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In a video with a Hamas official, Dr. Salah Al-Bardawil claims 50 of those killed on the border were Hamas members.

Around 40,000 Palestinians participated in violent protest along the Gaza border, with around 60 dead and 2,2000 injured.

The U.S. Embassy opened in Jerusalem on Monday, with President Trump and a U.S. delegation including Ivanka Trump and Treasury Sec. Steven Mncuhin in attendance.

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