Offbeat more than 90 wounded in new clashes between Israeli police and Palestinian protesters
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, a dead Ramallah, West Bank, May 5 (Reuters) - The Israeli army mortally affected by Ball a 16-year-old Palestinian teenager during clashes on Wednesday night in the West Bank, reported the Palestinian Ministry of Health.
New clashes between Israeli policemen and Palestinian protesters have made more than 90 wounded in different districts of Jerusalem-East On Saturday night, the day after the most importantIn the wake of these violence, a rocket was pulled since the Gaza Strip to Israel who has announced that they have struck the positions of the Hamas Islamist movement in this Palestinian enclave of two million inhabitants. "There were 90 wounded in violent clashes" in Jerusalem, indicated in an update The Palestinian Red Crescent, revising a previous balance of balance of casualties.
Jerusalem: wounded during a manifestation against the eviction of Palestinians
© provided by the point V INDT-two Palestinians were injured during a new manifestation against possible eviction of Palestinian families of Jerusalem-East In favor of Israeli settlers, Thursday indicated the emergency services at a few hours from a meeting of the Supreme Court of Israel on this file.
Jerusalem: More than 180 wounded in clashes between Palestinians and Israeli police According to these rescuers, most of these people, including minors, were injured by impacts of rubber bullets or deafening grenades, a photographer AFP having seen a woman with a bloody face. The Israeli forces also used a putride water barrel to disperse Palestinians, some of which have launched projectiles towards the police at these clashes in different sectors of East Jerusalem. Friday night, clashes on the esplanade of mosques - Third holy place of Islam, also named Mont du Temple by the Jews - between Israeli and Palestinian policemen had made more than 200 wounded, the most important harasses in the city Holy in recent years.
More than 175 Palestinians and six Israeli police injured in Jerusalem-Est
© Ahmad Gharabli The Israeli police facing protesters in front of the Al-Aqsa mosque in Jerusalem on May 7. 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 of a renewed voltage so important that it worries until Washington.
Saturday night on the esplanade, tens of thousands of Palestinians prayed in a relative calm after the Iftar, the breaking meal of fasting during Ramadan. The director of the Al-Aqsa mosque, located on the esplanade, called the faithful to the "calm", according to an AFP journalist on the spot. In the district of Sheikh Jarrah, theater of daily protests for several days against the possible eviction of Palestinian families for the benefit of Israeli settlers, Palestinians have come down again in the street and launched stones towards the police. Israeli. These said they stopped two people for having used "pepper gas" against their agents. The police had indicated earlier in the day having limited access to the old town of Jerusalem-East to prevent Palestinians from "participating in violent riots". "Israel acts responsibly to enforce order and law in Jerusalem while providing freedom of worship," said Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu at a meeting with security officials.
Violence in Jerusalem East: Demography "is a determining factor"
© AP - Ariel Schalit clashes between Israeli and Palestinian security forces in Jerusalem-East, May 9, 2021. in the night of Tuesday to Wednesday, Hamas has multiplied rocket fires to Israeli cities, killing five people, while the Israeli army rossed by strikes in Gaza where the balance sheet reports at least 35 dead. The violence started at Jerusalem in full Ramadan and when Israeli settlers tried to expel Palestinian families from a busy Jerusalem neighborhood.
For weeks, the tensions are strong in Jerusalem but also in the West Bank, other Palestinian territory occupied by Israel, where the Palestinians have shown against Israel's access restrictions on certain sectors during Ramadan and the possible eviction of Palestinians. Cheikh Jarrah.
"Deep concern"Hamas, Islamist movement in power in Gaza, called the Palestinians to stay on the esplanade until Thursday - day to mark the end of Ramadan - and threatened Israel of attacks if the Supreme Court validated , in a decision expected on Monday, the evictions of Cheikh Jarrah. In the Gaza Strip, near the barrier separating the Palestinian territory from Israel, Israeli soldiers shot tear gas to disperse Palestinian protesters. Floors have also been drawn on Saturday in the evening from Gaza to the south of Israel, but without damage according to the Israeli authorities. Early Sunday morning, a rocket was launched from Gaza "to Israeli territory," said Israeli army, stating that his aviation had replied by striking "a Hamas military post" in the southern band of Gaza. After the violence of Friday, the United States asked the "Israeli and Palestinian officials to act to put an end to violence". They also expressed concern about the "potential expulsion of Palestinian families in Sheikh Jarrah". Lead of the Arab Monarchies of the Gulf, Saudi Arabia denounced these possible expulsions. Iran, Tunisia, Pakistan, Turkey, Jordan, or Egypt condemned Israeli acts. And the quartet for the Near East (USA, Russia, UN, EU) said in the night its "deep concern" and called Israel to show "restraint".
Huge crowds gather for pro-Palestinian rally in Mississauga .
Huge crowds gathered for a pro-Palestinian rally in Mississauga Tuesday evening as violence continues in the Middle East. Protesters said they wanted to bring awareness to what Palestinians are experiencing amid the escalating Israel-Palestine conflict. "These people are from my country and they're being murdered or bombarded with bombs and it's like nobody cares," said demonstrator Sara Abu Hattab. "It's like human rights are thrown out the window once it's about Palestine.