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    Violent confrontations broke out between Palestinians and Israeli forces in Jerusalem

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    Violent confrontations broke out between Palestinians and Israeli forces in Jerusalem Empty Violent confrontations broke out between Palestinians and Israeli forces in Jerusalem

    Post by Rocky Sat 22 Jul 2017, 1:55 am

    Violent confrontations broke out between Palestinians and Israeli forces in Jerusalem

    Arab and international From 2017-07-21 at 16:48 (Baghdad time)

    Mawazine News - Follow up
    Dozens of Palestinians were injured in clashes with Israeli forces in the vicinity of Al-Aqsa Mosque, following renewed clashes after Friday prayers, while reports of the killing of a boy in the neighborhood of Ras al-Amud in Jerusalem.
    The Palestinian boy was reportedly shot dead by a settler in the neighborhood of Silwan in Jerusalem.
    The Qalandia checkpoint outside Jerusalem and the cities of Bethlehem and Hebron also witnessed clashes with Israeli forces.
    The Palestinians renewed their ties in the streets around al-Aqsa, rejecting the electronic gates set up by the occupation authorities, while reports of the number of worshipers were attacked during prayer.
    The clashes began when worshipers arrived at the mosque and the streets of the old town, which were closed by the Israeli authorities to cars and men under the age of fifty. The clashes resumed after the prayer. Israeli police announced the arrest of a number of Palestinians.
    The Red Crescent confirmed the injury of a number of worshipers rubber bullets fired by Israeli soldiers at the Palestinians during the performance of prayers in Salah al-Din Street near Bab al-Sahira, in addition to serious injuries gas suffocation, and clashes in several points in the old town.
    Police fired tear gas at Palestinians at the Asbat Gate. Violent clashes broke out at Qalandiya checkpoint, which was closed by the army to the arrivals, and media reports of dozens injured at the checkpoint.
    In Bethlehem, the Palestinian Red Crescent Society said that its crew had dealt with 34 injured in clashes that broke out at the entrance to the northern city.
    The Assembly explained that there were 29 cases of suffocation with tear gas, one rubber bullet and four burn injuries.
    The Mufti of Jerusalem arrived at the door of the tribes early Friday morning, and called on worshipers not to cross the gates of electronic and pray outside the mosque.
    In response to his call, thousands rushed to the Al-Aqsa Mosque and the Old City from all the villages, towns and neighborhoods of Jerusalem to pray at the gates of the mosque, rejecting the electronic gates set by the Israeli army.
    Israeli forces have deployed in Jerusalem since Friday morning. Roads leading to the Old City and the Al-Aqsa Mosque were closed with iron barricades and all worshipers were forced to leave the vicinity of the tribes' houses and the council leading to the mosque.
    The old town was completely closed to cars and men under the age of 50, while residents of Jerusalem were allowed to walk on foot after filing their personal documents.
    The Israeli authorities also demanded the departure of those under 50 years of guards guarding the door of the Council leading to Al-Aqsa Mosque.
    The city of Jerusalem has been in a state of tension since the evening of Thursday and a mass of Jerusalemites and worshipers who were able to reach it despite the Israeli measures and tens of dozens of checkpoints and the closure of the Old City.
    Safa.ps
    The Israeli government has decided to keep the e-gates in the vicinity of Al-Aqsa Mosque, despite the vote of the Shin Bet to remove, to avoid further escalation of the situation before Friday prayers.


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