Israeli forces murder 3 Palestinians, injure 450 others

Israeli occupation prevented paramedics to offer their help to the wounded Palestinians near Al-Aqsa Mosque

Israeli occupation forces murdered on Friday three Palestinian civilians and wounded more than 450 others, including 18 in critical conditions.

Hundreds of the Israeli occupation forces and police deployed across the occupied territories, including five battalions in Jerusalem’s Old City alone to suppress the anti-Israeli protests

Israeli occupation forces murdered on Friday three Palestinian civilians and wounded more than 450 others, including 18 in critical conditions.

Palestinian medical sources announced at the end of the Day of Rage three Palestinian martyrs, who were murdered by the Israeli occupation forces in different areas across the occupied lands.

In addition, the medical sources announced that more than 450 Palestinian civilians wounded by the Israeli occupation forces.

The Palestinian medical sources identified the three martyrs as Mohamed Mahmoud Sharf, 18, Mohamed Hassan abu-Ghanam, 21, and Mohamed Laafi, 17.

In what is being termed the Day of Rage, thousands of Palestinians across the occupied territories are protesting Israeli impositions on Al-Aqsa today.

Hundreds of the Israeli occupation forces and police deployed across the occupied territories, including five battalions in Jerusalem’s Old City alone to suppress the anti-Israeli protests.

Earlier today, the Israeli occupation forces stormed a Jerusalem hospital to arrest injured Palestinians, while denying Human Rights Watch’s Palestine Director access to the hospital.

Marches protesting the Israeli measures against Al-Aqsa Mosque have taken place across the globe, while many world leaders have been applying pressure on Israel to return to the status quo.

(Source / 23.07.2017)

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