Axar.az
UP
25 February 2018


20 Palestinians killed in recent Al-Aqsa violence

Home page World
12 Punto 14 Punto 16 Punto 18 Punto

At least 20 Palestinians were killed, including five children, during a recent uptick in Israeli-Palestinian violence triggered by events related to Jerusalem’s flashpoint Al-Aqsa Mosque complex, according to a Palestinian NGO.

Axar.az reports citing AA.

In a Friday report, the Abdullah al-Hourani Center for Research and Documentation (run by the Palestine Liberation Organization) stated that 20 Palestinians -- from the West Bank, Jerusalem and the Gaza Strip -- had lost their lives during a flare-up of violence that first began in mid-July.

According to the same report, a total of 63 Palestinians -- including 15 children -- had been killed by Israeli forces since the beginning of this year.

The report also states that the Israeli army detained more than 600 Palestinians, including scores of minors, last month alone, while some 1,400 Palestinians were injured in confrontations with Israeli security forces.

In mid-July, Israel imposed a raft of draconian security measures at Jerusalem’s Al-Aqsa Mosque complex after two Israeli police officers were killed at the site by alleged Palestinian attackers.

Israel later reversed the security measures -- which had included the installation of metal detectors -- after Palestinian Muslims surrounded the area in protest.

Date
2017.08.04 / 20:14
Author
Axar.az
Comments
See also

Syria liberates Eastren Ghouta areas from terrorists

Jerusalem church shuts in protest Israel taxes

Putin, Macron and Merkel discuss Syria by phone

China ruling party proposes omitting presidency term limit

Greek anarchist group smashes windows at Novartis office

Iran says Damascus suburbs assault to continue

‘Syrians will return to Afrin after end of operation’

Labour Brexit chief says party wants new customs union with EU

Mosques flattened in fresh Saudi airstrikes in Yemen

Syria: Turkish army, FSA liberate 5 villages in Afrin

Latest
 
Xocalı soyqırımı — 1992-ci il Bağla
Bize yazin Bağla
ArxivBağla