Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Israel “is at war” after Hamas launched a surprise unprecedented attack on the country on Saturday.
Egypt held Israel responsible for the “dangerous escalation” in the occupied Palestinian lands after Israeli police stormed into Al Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem’s Old City early on Wednesday, leaving many people injured.
Egypt has denounced the storming of the Palestinian Nablus city in the West Bank, warning of the dangerous and continued escalation witnessed by the Palestinian lands recently.
Egypt has condemned the Israeli forces storming of Al-Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem and the violent acts they committed against the Palestinians at the compound of the mosque.
This unfortunate event coincided with the Al-Aqsa Intifada.
Israeli forces apprehended on Wednesday 10 Palestinians in the West Bank, mostly freed prisoners.
A group of Israeli settlers on Monday stormed the vicinity of Al Aqsa Mosque from Al Magharba gate guarded by Israeli forces.
Israeli forces detained on Monday 21 Palestinians from different areas in the West Bank and al Quds.
Israeli forces shot and killed four Palestinians and wounded 232, 180 of them from live fire, during protests along the border with Gaza on Friday.
At least 50 Palestinians sustained bullet injuries or suffered suffocation after inhaling teargas fired by Israeli forces
Israeli forces detained a ‘donkey’ in Jerusalem at pretext of "lacking legal status", according to a news report published by Palestinian news agency Ma’an.
Israeli forces arrested on Tuesday 17-year-old Palestinian activist Ahed al-Tamimi and her mother.
Four Palestinians have been killed, 367 others were injured during clashes with the Israeli forces Friday, according to the Health ministry.
Israel said Sunday it deployed more reinforcements on the Gaza Strip borders, and put them on alert against any possible move by the Palestinian Islamic Jihad.
Israeli police forces besieged on Thursday schools in southern Hebron to prevent commemorating the death of late Palestinian President Yasser Arafat.
Dozens of Palestinian civilians suffered suffocation on Saturday during clashes with Israeli occupation forces in Hebron in northern the West Bank.
Israeli forces arrested on Thursday seven Palestinians in different parts of the West Bank, the Palestinian Prisoners Club said.
The Israeli forces closed the northern entrance of Al Quds, denying three buses access to the holy city.
Israeli forces closed on Friday the majority of roads that link between the West Bank cities of Ramallah and Nablus until the noon hours.
Israeli forces suppressed a peaceful protest held by Palestinian citizens against Israel's decision to form a self-rule administration for the Israeli settlers in Hebron.