Tensions escalated on Sunday when Israeli forces again stormed the Esplanade of the Mosques – a place known as the Temple Mount by Jews and fired tear gas even inside the Al Aqsa Mosque, the third largest place. sacred to Muslims.
In response, Hamas launched several projectiles into and around Jerusalem, following several warnings to Israel about police repression, prompting Israel to respond with a bombing campaign against the enclave, to which Palestinian factions have responded by increasing their firing. of rockets.
Groups of Arab and Jewish citizens of Israel clashed today in different parts of the country, including lynchings in two cities and further deepening the violence between Palestinians and Israelis, which from Jerusalem sprang to a dangerous escalation in the Gaza Strip.
The images of two lynchings , one in Bat Yam and the other in Acre, spread through social networks, in the first case an Arab and in the second a Jew, being attacked by a group.
Both victims are in serious condition. “Nothing justifies the lynching of Jews by Arabs and nothing justifies the lynching of Arabs by Jews,” Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said today of the incidents.
Groups of Jews and Israeli Arabs (indigenous or descendants who remained after the creation of the State of Israel in 1948 and who have a strong Palestinian identity) clashed with each other and with the security forces, and so far more than 370 have been arrested in different parts of the country.
Ohio will raffle $ 1 million each week among people who get vaccinated, The incidents took place in cities where members of both communities live , including Bat Yam, Acre, Lod, Tiberias and Jaffa, among others.
A police spokesman reported that dozens of people were injured during the riots, including 36 members of the security forces. Israeli President Reuvén Rivlin described the incidents as “a civil war without reason”, and called on local and religious authorities to intervene to stop the violence.