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Palestinians are sending kites dangling coal embers or burning rags across the Gaza border to set fire to farmland and forests, in a tactic that an Israeli minister said should be countered with "targeted assassinations".At least 125 Palestinians have been killed by Israeli troops during mass demonstrations along the Gaza border since March 30 and those sending the kites over the fence believe they have found an effective new weapon.Public Security Minister Gilad Erdan said Israeli snipers should shoot the kite flyers.Israel has drafted in civilian drone enthusiasts as army reservists, instructing them to fly their remote-controlled aircraft into the kites, an Israeli general said.In Gaza, kite-maker Shadi said his group had never used swastikas on their kites. He confirmed that transparent plastic was the best material as it made the kites almost invisible against the sky.
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