The Palestine Authority (PA) called on the worldwide community and the United Nations human rights organizations to immediately take global legal action and hold Israel accountable after committing a crime that resulted in the killing of three children near Gaza Strip border.
Aisha Abu Daher said her 14-year-old son Abdel-Hamid had "nothing to do with resistance", referring to the militant factions.
Yahya al-Hassanat, 37, was shot in the head along the border near al-Bureij in central Gaza, the ministry said. I told them to be careful.
The teens' families said none of them were involved with terrorist groups.
The launching of such devices, often kites and balloons affixed with flammable liquids or explosives, has become a ubiquitous tactic used by Gaza protesters to inflict costly damage on the State of Israel without putting themselves in danger. "Is this something that deserves an airstrike?" she said outside her brother's home, where women gathered for the funeral.
In the latest on Friday and into Saturday, Palestinian militants fired dozens of rockets into southern Israel, which responded with extensive air strikes. The sit-ins went on through dawn Monday. "The lowest price the enemy can pay now is the breaking of the siege", he said during the funeral.More news: All you need to know about Apple's new MacBook Air
But the findings were rejected by the army's Military Advocate General, Brigadier-General Sharon Afek, who ordered a criminal investigation into the killing, according to Israeli daily Haaretz. Israel accused Iranian forces based in Syria of ordering the Palestinian movement to launch the rockets and threatened retaliation that is "not limited geographically".
For the last two weeks, delegations of Egyptian security officials have engaged in intense shuttle diplomacy between Gaza, the West Bank and Israel, where they have met with Hamas, Fatah and Israeli officials respectively.
Since March 30, the Palestinians have been going on with anti-Israel marches and protests in five different locations in eastern Gaza Strip, along with the border with Israel.
The Health Ministry said the soldiers killed Mohammad Abdul-Hai Abu Abada, 27, from the al-Shati' refugee camp, in northern Gaza, after shooting him with live fire.
Israel says its actions are necessary to defend the border and stop infiltrations and attacks, which it accuses Hamas of seeking to orchestrate.