News about the death of a Palestinian teen who succumbed to wounds sustained by Israeli forces during the recent protests at Gaza border hit the front pages of three Arabic Palestinian dailies on Sunday.
Ahmed al-Ayeda, 17, was shot on 30 March - the first day of the Great Return March protests - and had been in hospital since being struck east of Bureij in the central Gaza Strip.
According to the Israeli army, some 8,000 Gazans had gathered at different spots along the frontier Friday, attempting to sabotage the Israeli border fence.
Zuhri said that Fatah needs to realize that he lost the election for the Palestinian legislative Council in 2006 in the West Bank and the Gaza strip. That appears not to be sitting well with some officials, and as soon as Hamas' acceptance was announced, some Israelis were already complaining about the proposal to hold talks with Hamas on returning bodies of slain soldiers, insisting the returns should be a precondition to anything else. Yaghi and Suri were buried on Saturday.
The "Hamas" leadership is working on a "progressive" agreement with Israel on ending marches organized at the border with the Gaza Strip and on the cessation of hostilities between Israel and the movement, including incendiary balloons in exchange for lifting the latest economic blockade imposed on the enclave. Fires started by the home-made devices have burned large areas near Gaza, including fields.
Also on Sunday, the Israeli military said it fired toward a vehicle used by Palestinian balloon-launchers in Gaza on Sunday.
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Construction continues on the background of the border conflict.
Israel's defence minister has published a video of an "impenetrable" sea barrier Israel is building to prevent attacks from Gaza, the territory ruled by militant group Hamas.
Critics say it amounts to collective punishment of the coastal territory's two million residents.
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"Ship to Gaza demands that those who have been taken prisoner and the ship and its cargo are returned to the location where the ship was boarded and are allowed to continue their journey in global and Palestinian waters unmolested, in accordance with worldwide law", the group said in a statement.
Without directly addressing Hamas, Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas later released a statement cautioning "against the willingness of some to the American and Israeli plans which are aimed at turning the Palestinian issue from the cause of a people seeking freedom and independence and establishing their independent state into a humanitarian cause".