Israel, Palestinians clash in al-Quds
Israeli police have clashed with Palestinians in East Jerusalem (al-Quds) ahead of an Israeli planned march through the Palestinian Silwan neighborhood.
Palestinians reported four people were injured by “stinking water” police used to disperse the demonstrators.
The violence broke out early Sunday ahead of an Israeli right-wing march, in what organizers say is an attempt to show Israeli sovereignty over all of Jerusalem (al-Quds).
Israeli extremists demand the demolition of over 200 Palesinian homes in the area. The march’s organizers say it’s an attempt to show Israel’s sovereignty over all of al-Quds.
Israel occupied the West Bank and al-Quds in 1967. The move has not been recognized by the international community.