Offbeat More than 175 Palestinians and six Israeli police injured in Jerusalem-Est
clashes between Israeli and Palestinian army in the West Bank, a death
Israel-Palestinians-Violence: clashes between Israeli and Palestinian army in the West Bank, one dead © Reuters / Ammar AWAD clashes between Israeli and Palestinian army in the West Bank, one dead Ramallah, West Bank (Reuters) - The Israeli army mortally affected a 16-year-old Palestinian teenager at Wednesday night in the West Bank, reported the Palestinian Ministry of Health.
Friday, while tens of thousands of Muslims were gathered on the esplanade of mosques for the last great prayer of Friday before the end of the month of Ramadan, more than 175 Palestinians and six Israeli policemen were injured. These incidents in Jerusalem-Occupied are part ofthat it worries until Washington. Frames erupted between Palestinians, who launched projectiles, and the Israeli police who used deafening grenades and pulled on protesters with rubber bullets, found a photographer from AFP. This one also saw a dozen protesters wounded in the face. "hundreds of rioters have launched stones, bottles and other objects towards the officers who have returned to", indicated the Israeli police.
two armed Palestinians slaughtered in the West Bank
Israel-Palestinians-Violence: Two Armed Palestinians slaughtered in West Bank © Reuters / Mussa Qawasma Two Armed Palestinians slaughtered in West Bank Jenine, West Bank (Reuters) - Two Armed Palestinians were slaughtered and a Third was wounded Friday in the West Bank occupied by the Israeli forces who say they were targeted by shots of the three men. According to an Israeli statement, the three attackers opened fire towards a base of the army in Salem, near Jenin.
These events are the most violent in Jerusalem since the clashes that made 125 wounded at the end of April, but also from overlapping on the transfer in 2018 of the United States Embassy in the city disputed.
Hanging was also held in the nearby Cheikh Jarrah neighborhood, where daily night events against the expulsions of Palestinian families for the benefit of Israeli settlers have degenerated in recent days with the police. The Red Crescent has reported at least four injured Palestinians on Friday. A fragile calm seems to be returned in the night in Jerusalem East, Palestinian part of the city occupied by Israel since 1967 and then annexed.
New gatherings are expected this Saturday, including the High Follow-up Committee of Israel's Arabs, a group of pressure that called on events throughout the country in solidarity with the Palestinians of Jerusalem.
EU calls Israel for clashes in Eastern Jerusalem to de-escalation on
The EU has asked the Israeli authorities to de-escalate after the severe clashes between Palestinians and the police in Jerusalem. "Violence and ignition are unacceptable and the perpetrators on all sides must be considered to account," said a spokesman on Saturday. "The European Union calls on the authorities to urgently act in order to deest current tensions in Jerusalem." © Ahmad Gharabli The EU has asked the Israeli authorities for de-escalation after the severe clashes between Palestinians
The "deeply concerned" key coordinator
key allies of Israel, the United States called on Friday to the "descalade" tensions and to "avoid" the eviction of Palestinian families. The spokesman for the US State Department, Ned Price, warned Friday that it was "essential" to avoid any action that may aggravate the situation, such as the "Expulsions in Jerusalem East, the activities colonization, house demolitions and terrorist acts. The UN Coordinator for the Near East, Tor Wennesland, "said " deeply concerned " by the situation and called to the " responsibility " and the " calm ". "Violence and incentive are unacceptable and the authors of each party must be held responsible" , has declared the spokesman for the European diplomacy Josep Borrell. "The political, religious and community leaders of all banks must show restraint and responsibility and make every effort to calm this explosive situation" , he also indicated.
Tensions in Jerusalem. Justice pushes the key hearing on the expulsion of Palestinian families
© AFP / Ahmad Gharabli ongoing constructions in the current area of Cheikh Jarrah, where four Palestinian families are threatened with expulsion. Dozens of Palestinians and Israeli policemen have been injured in recent days when running in a district of Jerusalem East, where Palestinian families are likely to evict in the benefit of Israeli settlers. The hearing on this issue, scheduled Monday, was canceled.
"We keep Israel responsible for the dangerous developments in the old town", affirmed on his side Mahmoud Abbas, the Palestinian President by qualifying the Palestinians gathered on the esplanade of the mosques of "heroic people". Hamas, in power in the Gaza Strip, called the Palestinians to stay on the esplanade of this Saturday night on Thursday morning, the date on which Ramadan could end. "Israeli occupation must realize that the resistance is ready to defend [the mosque] Al-Aqsa at all costs", affirmed the Islamist movement, while Israeli Arab parties called for events in the majority cities Arabic of Israel. Jordan, a country that is officially the guardian of the Muslim holy places in Jerusalem East, has denounced an "wild aggression" Israeli security forces.
earlier in the day, Israeli forces killed two Palestinians and injured a third, which had opened fire on border guards in northern West Bank, without making Israeli victims.
video: in Jerusalem, important clashes on the esplanade of mosques made a hundred wounded (Le Figaro)
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There is something like a genuine and proper moral equivalency that could be drawn from the proposition that the life of two-year-old Ahmad Mohammed Atallah al-Masri, one of six children killed when an Israeli missile landed near Beit Hanoun in Gaza this week, was no less precious than the life of 71-year-old Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu, still very much undead and coping with the worst eruption of Israeli-Palestinian violence in at least seven years.