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Now renewed violence breaking out in Israel where Israeli troops have reportedly shot and killed a Palestinian man.
So how will this impact the newly reached cease fire.
We were embittered standing by live in Jerusalem with the latest good to see -- also.
It just in the power grab a president -- their needs -- so -- happening we thought all was quiet there.
That's the way the Middle East works just when you think everything's quiet -- and this is what their latest video we have coming out.
A big Gaza Strip and it's interesting -- shot from the Palestinian side shows about 300 Palestinians and moving towards the separation fence that there between.
Gaza and Israel on this is significant because often tell this point Israelis have been forced.
About a 300 yard buffer zone on the Gaza side that part of the cease fire agreement was about that buffer zones are now these Palestinian protesters.
About 300 of them were challenging to buffer zone they moved up to the -- And you can see soldiers then ordering them back from the fence when they didn't get back that's when they opened up -- automatic weapons were unclear.
As to whether -- shot to kill any of these protesters or whether the killing of this one protestor was on accident another nineteen were injured.
And at least one of the protesters made their way -- Israel Hamas there inside the Gaza Strip says it's going to launch a protest within mediators.
This cease fire agreement but so far haven't fired any rockets or anything like that.
For its part Israel is continuing to.
All the way from the Gaza border so it doesn't look like this one incident.
Is going to affect the cease fire but if they're beginning to be more of them -- the Palestinians become more and more insightful and start moving towards the border fence again and again.
Certainly the kind of thing you can lead to larger violence back to a New York that on that thank you live and stay safe meanwhile here.
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