Clashes between Palestinian protesters and Israeli forces after U.S. President Donald Trump recognized Jerusalem as Israeli capital – Press Photo Clashes between Palestinian protesters and Israeli forces after U.S. President Donald Trump recognized Jerusalem as Israeli capital – Press Photo

Israeli attacks result in 1,114 Palestinians injured

Sat, Dec. 9, 2017
CAIRO – 9 December 2017: Israeli attacks on Palestinians have resulted in to 1,114 injuries and four deaths since Thursday, according to the Palestinian Health Ministry. Al-Quds TV channel reported that Israel launched airstrikes firing two missiles on Qadisiyyah, southern Gaza Strip, and three missiles on Badar in Gaza’s center.

Israel also targeted the Civil Administration headquarters in northern Gaza with two missiles. The attacks resulted in material losses, and fires in all targeted areas, according to Al-Quds TV channel.

On Friday, the Israeli military claimed that the airstrikes that caused two deaths were in retaliation to an alleged attack by Hamas firing rockets on Israeli towns, and that they targeted a militant training camp, and a weapons depot, according to Reuters.

A member of the Fatah Central Committee Azam al-Ahmed denied in a TV phone interview on Friday that Hamas fired any rockets at Israel.

Four have been killed, and more than 300 have been injured in clashes between Palestinian protesters and Israeli forces in the Gaza Strip and the West Bank after U.S. President Donald Trump recognized Jerusalem as the capital of Israel on Wednesday.
 
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