Israeli forces attack Al-Aqsa protests at Prophet’s meeting | Middle East News
At least 47 Palestinians have also been hit by tear gas, rubber bullets near Beita town in the West Bank, the Palestine Red Crescent said.
At least three Palestinian people have been injured after Israeli forces took over the Al-Aqsa Mosque in East Jerusalem on Friday.
Following Friday prayers, Palestinian worshipers began a campaign to support the Prophet Muhammad in response to the insult he received at the time. Israel’s strong journey across the area Tuesday.
Palestinians gathered in the arena, but before embarking on their journey from Al-Aqsa to the Damascus Gate in the ancient city, Israeli troops seized the square by Bab al-Silsila, one of its own.
He fired rubber bullets, tear gas, and stun grenades, destroying thousands of worshipers.
Hundreds showed up after Friday prayers in response to a conference held by Jewish scholars on Tuesday, with many chanting “Death to the Arabs” and “Burn Your City.”
Palestinians have condemned the mockery of the Prophet Muhammad, an online video showing some of his participants on Tuesday’s rally insulting him.
Middle East Eye reported that Israeli forces shot one of its reporters, Latifeh Abdelatif, in the knee with a rubber band as she entered the Al-Aqsa Mosque.
A London news agency reported that one of his supporters, Sondus Ewies, was also injured, but the extent of his injuries has not been determined.
A weak relationship
This comes just hours after Israeli aircraft were launched several air raids on the Gaza Strip for the second time since the ceasefire ended the 11-day war last month.
Palestinian media on the ground say Israeli missiles Thursday night hit several military bases northwest of Gaza City and north of Beit Lahia in the besieged area.
The attack comes as a shock to stop the war which went into effect less than a month ago on the Gaza Strip, ending an Israeli bombing campaign that killed at least 256 people, including 66 children.
An Israeli policeman struggle on worshipers at the Al-Aqsa Mosque during Ramadan and the threat of forced eviction Palestinians from their homes in East Jerusalem lit up demonstrations in the area where they live in Palestine. The Israeli army also persecuted the people.
Hamas, the group that controls the Gaza Strip, has given Israel a deadline to end the bombing. It went unnoticed, prompting Hamas to launch rockets into Israel, and Israel launched an anti-bomb campaign in Gaza.
A few hours after the deal began, Israeli police stormed the Al-Aqsa Mosque after prayers on Friday.
In the past few weeks, brave Israeli forces have replaced him daily, heavily guarded by Israeli forces. The aim of these groups is to rebuild the Third Jewish Temple in the Al-Aqsa Mosque, according to their affiliates.
But according to a ruling in 1967, only Muslims can pray within al-Haram al-Sharif.
Palestinians fear Israel is preparing to eventually take over or divide the house. The Israeli government has repeatedly said it does not want to change the situation, Waqf oversees the site.
Many are injured in Beita
So far, at least 47 Palestinians have been injured by Israeli forces near the town of Beita, south of Nabulus in the West Bank, according to the Palestinian Red Crescent.
Israeli forces fired tear gas and rubber bullets at protests against the recent establishment of illegal Israeli forces near Beita.
Beita has been a hotbed of bloodshed for weeks as Israeli forces attack Palestinian protesters protesting daily over their takeover of Mount Sabih and their Israeli presence.
Israeli settlements are currently building illegal houses and threatening at least 17 Palestinian families – more than 100 people – who rely on harvesting their olives on land they have owned for generations.