Israeli forces deliberately shoot dead 7 Palestinians, injured 150 others in West Bank

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Seven Palestinians were deliberately killed and 150 others were injured by the Israeli occupation forces during the clashes that broke out in villages of occupied Jerusalem on Friday afternoon, in support of Jerusalem, the Al-Aqsa Mosque, and the Gaza Strip.

Local sources said that a march was launched from villages northwest of Jerusalem "Hadshah" settlement, established on the lands of the villages of Beit Ijza, Al-Jib, and Beit Duqqu, as part of the marches that took place throughout the occupied West Bank Support for the capital, the Al-Aqsa Mosque and the Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood, which is threatened with the eviction of its original residents from their homes, and the steadfast Gaza Strip under the bombardment of Israeli warplanes.

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They added that the Israeli occupation forces suppressed the march when it was near the settlement, firing massive tear gas canisters, then fired live and rubber bullets, which led to the recording of 7 martyrs and about 150 injuries.

Ambulances dealt with the injuries in Bedouin centers and Beit Anan and transported them to medical village centers or nearby hospitals.

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Meanwhile, the death toll from Israel’s aggression on Gaza climbs to 122 victims including 31 children, 20 women, and about 1000 injures.

Hundreds of Palestinian families have taken shelter in UN-run schools in northern Gaza to escape Israeli artillery fire.

Despite international calls for an immediate halt of all hostilities, including from United Nations chief Antonio Guterres, Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu pledged the offensive will continue.

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