Ashraf al-Qidra, the spokesman of Palestinian Health Ministry, confirmed Islam Hazarallah, 28, was martyred during an attack by Israeli forces.
As the March of Great Return continued along the Israeli border on Friday, Gaza health officials reported that Israeli forces ignored global calls for restraint and injured more than 500 Palestinians with tear gas and live ammunition, shooting at least 122 protesters.
"This a kind of criminal regime in Israel that is fully supported by Washington and given the greenlight to do what they're doing: the shooting down of people who are absolutely defenseless and the result being the casualties we've been seeing in Gaza in the last few weeks", Becker said.
Smaller groups moved closer to the fence, throwing stones, torching tires and burning large Israeli flags.
Israel's army estimated there were 10,000 people "rioting" on Friday, with some attempting to breach the fence with firebombs and explosive devices.
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Jason Greenblatt, the USA envoy to the Israeli-Palestinian peace process, said in a statement, "We condemn leaders and protesters who call for violence or who send protesters - including children - to the fence, knowing that they may be injured or killed". Israel says snipers only target the main "instigators".
So far, 701 people have been injured during the demonstrations at the Gaza border as Israeli forces use teargas and fire live bullets.
The blockade has driven Gaza deeper into poverty, with unemployment approaching 50 percent and electricity available for less than five hours a day. At one camp east of Gaza City, youths carried on their shoulders a coffin wrapped in an Israeli flag bearing the words "The End of Israel".
Organizers of the protests have said they are meant to be "nonviolent resistance".
The company Murtaja co-founded had been vetted for United States government funding, while an global journalists federation said he was harassed and beaten by Hamas police in 2015. "We came here so the world can see us and know that life here is miserable, and that there should be a solution".
Two journalists were also wounded by gunfire, the Palestinian journalists' syndicate said, a week after a Gazan journalist was killed.
Lieberman sought to defend the IDF's cold-blooded murder of Murtaja by claiming he was operating a drone-an assertion even Israel's military has denied. Israel has also used rubber bullets and tear gas on Palestinian protesters. Furthermore, the shooting of unarmed civilians constitutes a violation not only of Israel's own standing orders, but of worldwide humanitarian law.
The group has been criticized in Israel for publishing often anonymous testimony by current or former Israeli soldiers who have misgivings about their military service and treatment of Palestinians.