New repression in the Al-Aqsa mosque leaves dozens injured | News

Clashes on Friday between Israeli and Palestinian security forces at the Al-Aqsa mosque in occupied Jerusalem left dozens injured.

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According to the Red Crescent indicated that at least 31 Palestinians were injured as a result of police action, the humanitarian agency commented that 14 citizens were transferred to a hospital after the Israeli repression.

The clashes between Palestinians and the police forces have been repeated almost daily since last Friday, when there were more than 150 Palestinian wounded, in addition to some 400 detainees, in a week in which the celebrations of the holy month of Ramadan coincided.

Israel’s police charges and repression have drawn condemnation from the Arab world and from Gaza militias, who have fired rockets from the Strip into Israeli soil for two consecutive nights, to which Israel has responded by bombing military targets of the Gaza movement. Hamas resistance.

Hamas leader Ismael Haniye said the rocket fire from the Gaza Strip is only the beginning of the battle and threatened more forceful action if the security forces’ actions at the Al Aqsa Mosque continue.

Several Arab ministers meeting in Amman condemned the Israeli attacks and violations against the worshipers of the Al Aqsa mosque.

Over the past week, more than 200 people, mostly Palestinians, have been injured in and around the mosque in occupied Jerusalem.