GAZA CITY, GASA STRIPE: An Associated Press cameraman filling a scene on Monday in the northern Gaza Strip.
Rashid Rasheed (47) had a weekly demonstration in the Israeli border. Doctors said several bone fractures on the back of the surgery were undergoing surgery.
The distance from the fence is 600 meters (1,969 feet) away from the protesters. He worked on a live camera above the white color "PRESS" wearing a blue helmet and brown cover west looking at the movement.
The fire is coming from the Israeli side of the border. The Israeli army said it was investigating the incident.
Najib Jabineen, AP's senior producer at Gaza, was talking to Rashid on the phone during the shooting.
"I heard myself crying," I'm beaten up, I'm beaten up, "Robin said. Rashid said that the protests were ending and the news was going to stop.
The protest was that Apple driver Majid Hamdan tried to get into the vehicle with Rashid. "When I heard the sound of rat crying, I started to pick up some of our car," he said.
For eight months Hamas rulers in Gaza supported the popular protest and threatened to block the Israeli-dominated sanctions. Some Palestinians have been killed by security forces or crossing into Israeli territory.
Over 170 Palestinians were killed and hundreds injured, at least two Israeli soldiers were killed.
The Israeli protests were used by Hamas attacking civilians. It's open to work only when needed. And the rocket is on the barrage.
Gaza leaders say many Palestinian people have been disarmed.
Since 2002 AP Rasheed has worked.
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