In Jerusalem, over 100 Palestinians were injured Thursday after Israeli security forces fired rubber-coated bullets and lobbed stun grenades at worshipers near the al-Aqsa Mosque. Some of those hurt suffered broken bones. The crackdown came after Israeli authorities unexpectedly removed cameras and other security measures around the site—which is sacred to both Muslims and Jews—following weeks of intense protests by Palestinians demanding unfettered access to the site.
Palestinians Injured as Israel Removes Restrictions at Al-Aqsa Mosque
HeadlineJul 28, 2017