"The actions were investigated and we spoke with the Malaysian team management," Commonwealth Games Federation chief executive Mike Hooper said on Friday. "It's inappropriate for any form of protest, etc. in a games venue. We respect everyone's right to protest ... however it is inappropriate.
"He has had a strong reprimand from his team management, he's apologized profusely. He now knows any repetition will see a removal of his accreditation."
During Friday's sprint quarterfinal races, Awang wore plain black gloves as he lost to Sam Webster of New Zealand, having defended his right to back Gaza's residents.
"I feel sorry to the people who misinterpret my message. There's no such thing with political protest," Awang wrong on his Facebook page. "It's from the bottom of my heart to express humanitarian (thoughts). Since when (is) expressing humanitarian considered as political?
"Anyway, I apologize to those who think I'm doing wrong and thanks a lot to everyone who always keep supporting ... me. There's no word that I can express it."
Israeli ground troops and Hamas gunmen continued to fight intense battles on Friday in Gaza where more than 800 Palestinians have been killed during 18 days of fighting. The Israeli death toll is 35, among them 33 soldiers.