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Violence erupts again between Israel and Gaza Strip, fired 30 rockets


Jerusalem residents fear further unrest, while police have beefed up security and the US embassy has appealed for peace. Israeli police said on Friday that 44 people had been arrested and 20 officers were injured in the night violence in Jerusalem.

Jerusalem. Jerusalem Due to stress in Israel And violence erupted on Saturday between the Gaza Strip. Palestinian militants have fired at least 30 rockets, while Israel has targeted Gaza’s Hamas-ruled targets. Conflicts have increased in recent times in Jerusalem, which has long been the main center of confrontation in Israel-Palestine, and it is here that the holy sites of Jews, Christians and Muslims are located. Jerusalem residents fear further unrest, while police have beefed up security and the US embassy has appealed for peace. Israeli police said on Friday that 44 people had been arrested and 20 officers were injured in the night violence in Jerusalem.

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The imposition of sanctions in Ramadan led to a clash of security forces in Jerusalem with angry Palestinians and extremist Jews taking out anti-Arab marches. The events in Jerusalem provoked Gaza. Hamas’s armed unit warned Israel not to ‘take the test’ of its patience and began rocketing southern Israel late Friday from the Palestinian enclave, and it continued until Saturday morning. Israel’s military said its planes and tanks also fired rockets.

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Hamas has not claimed responsibility for the attack but a small military unit affiliated with the leftist ‘Popular Front for Liberation of Palestine’ has said that it has fired some missiles. Breaking the night curfew imposed by Hamas to prevent the Corona virus epidemic, at dawn, hundreds of people took to the streets in support of their fellow Palestinians in Jerusalem and burnt tires. There was speculation that violence could erupt after the Friday afternoon prayers at Masjid-e-Aqsa in Jerusalem, but people returned peacefully after Muslim religious leaders appealed for restraint.

Disclaimer:Prabhasakshi has not edited this news. This news has been published from PTI-language feed.

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