Israeli troops have killed four Palestinians and injured hundreds as Palestinians continued their protests in Jerusalem against the United States decision to recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s capital.
Clashes were reported in several cities on the west bank and in Gaza. Four Palestinians were killed and hundreds wounded in clashes.
It was the second Friday since U.S. President Donald Trump officially announced moving his country’s embassy in Israel to Jerusalem.
Scores of Muslims rushed to their biggest weekly prayer in their third holiest mosque, Al Aqsa.
Israeli security forces were prepared for big protests, what Palestinians declared a day of rage. Whenever a cluster of locals got together, the police dispersed them immediately.
On the steps of the old city gate, a small group of women fearlessly chanted for Jerusalem.
Minor clashes broke as some protesters resisted Israeli forces instructions.
At least 80 Palestinians were arrested and few injuries reported.