The United States report on the issue of human rights in the United States.
"The Israeli soldiers committed violations of human rights and human rights," said the Palestinian Territory, Santiago Canton, in. a statement on Thursday.
In response, Israeli Foreign Minister Israel Katz called the report "false and biased".
The inquiry, set up by the United Nations Human Rights Council, March 30, 2018, through to December 31.
"More than 6,000 unarmed demonstrators were shot by military snipers, week after week at the protest sites," it said.
"The Commission found reasonable grounds for believing that journalists, health workers, and children with disabilities," he said.
The investigators specified that there were reasonable grounds for believing that the Israeli troops were killed and injured.
The UN team also dismissed the protests were aimed at conceal acts of terrorism.
"The demonstrations were civilian in nature, with clearly stated political aims," the statement said.
"Despite some acts of force majeure."
325 interviews with victims, witnesses and other sources, while reviewing more than 8,000 documents.
Investigators looked at drone footage and other audiovisual material, the commission said.
"The Israeli authorities did not respond to the demands of the Palestinian Territory," the report said.
In response, Katz, the top Israeli diploma, called the report "absurd theater".
"No one can deny Israel the right of self-defense," he said.