Although the baby's family blames Israeli forces, an unnamed doctor told reporters the child had a pre-existing condition.
Leila died at the hospital on Tuesday morning and her funeral was held later that day, which marked the day of "Nakba" that commemorates the more than 700,000 Palestinians who were expelled from their lands by Israeli forces back in 1948.
In preparation for a further wave of protests, tanks rolled in and sharpshooters took up positions on the Israeli side of the border.
The soldiers also shot two other Palestinians with live fire east of the al-Boreij refugee camp, and one in Abu Safiyya area, east of Jabalia in northern Gaza.
He eventually found his mother close to the border and handed Leila over to her.
The vast majority have been killed by live ammunition fired by Israeli snipers but Leila was reportedly caught up in a cloud of tear gas, only temporarily painful for adults but potentially more risky for infants. They stayed only a few minutes, Heyam insisted, before tear gas rained down on them. 'We got away from the gas.
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In the Great Mosque of Gaza, Anwar al-Ghandour, 25, and Mariam al-Thaben, 18, were mourning the death of their eight-month-old baby daughter, Laila. She was crying a lot, then she went silent. "I thought she was sleeping". "They told me she had been dead more than an hour", Heyam said.
At least 60 people were killed after the Israeli army opened fire on tens of thousands of Palestinian protesters massing on the Gaza border, on the same day the United States officially moved its...
The Israeli military said at least 24 of those killed on Monday were "terrorists with documented terror background" and majority were active operatives of Hamas.
UN General Secretary António Guterres said he was "profoundly alarmed and concerned by the sharp escalation of violence".
Another serious shortcoming in the article is that the repeated description of the riots and clashes as "protests", along with the reference to global criticism of what the AP calls "Israel's use of lethal force against unarmed protesters" and the absence of reference to the molotov cocktails, guns, knives, axes, wire cutters, explosives, and arsonist kites, is a complete distortion of the nature of the Hamas-led activity at the fence.