Occupation attacks Gaza fishermen and storms Shu'fat camp
Israeli gunboats fired at Palestinian fishing boats in the north of the Gaza Strip yesterday, and the fishermen's committees said that Israeli gunboats fired at the boats in the fishing area, but no injuries were reported.
Israeli gunboats fired at Palestinian fishing boats in the northern Gaza Strip yesterday, and the fishermen's committees said that Israeli gunboats fired at boats in the fishing area, without reports of injuries.
The Israeli occupation forces stormed the Shu'fat refugee camp in the center of occupied Jerusalem near the entrance to the camp. The army entered the main road from the military checkpoint to the suburb of Ras Khamis, causing tension and chaos. Region. More than 100 Palestinians were injured, including 50 live bullets and 52 "rubber" bullets and tear gas canisters, including two children, two journalists and four paramedics, during the Israeli occupation forces' crackdown on peaceful weekly rallies on Friday in the eastern Gaza Strip .
Meanwhile, groups affiliated with the so-called "Union of Temple Organizations" called on their supporters and the settlers to participate extensively in the storming of Al-Aqsa Mosque today, in conjunction with Jewish Talmudic events.
Today, Jewish extremists have a Talmudic date that is the prelude to the most dangerous period of Judaization, the so-called "Day of July," a prelude to the so-called "temple destruction".
Temple groups use the "Day of Fast" to Judaize the Al-Aqsa Mosque and devise Judaic programs carried out by extremist groups, including the intensification of the central incursions and the extension programs, and a large Judaic march will be organized around the walls of Old Jerusalem.
Yesterday morning, the Israeli army arrested a Palestinian youth for allegedly sneaking through the separation fence in the southern Gaza Strip, while five other Palestinians were arrested in the West Bank.