Tributes poured online on Friday for 29-year-old Ibrahim Abu Thuraya, a Palestinian man killed on the Gaza border during clashes with Israeli soldiers.
He died instantly after being shot in the head by an Israeli soldier as clashes turned violent in the Gaza buffer zone.
Famed for regularly attending protests on the Gaza Strip, Thuraya came to prominence after losing both his legs and one eye during Operation Cast-Lead, when Israeli forces killed 1,400 people in 22 days.
He was known for climbing up electricity poles and holding up Palestinian flags during protests. Ibrahim would describe his actions as "resisting despite his disability."