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Clashes began on 6 May 2021 between Palestinian protesters and Israeli police over a planned Supreme Court of Israel decision regarding evictions of Palestinians in Sheikh Jarrah, a neighborhood of East Jerusalem. Coinciding with the holidays of Laylat al-Qadr and Jerusalem Day, the clashes have injured more than 300 people, mostly Palestinian civilians. The attacks drew international condemnation and resulted in a delay of the Supreme Court ruling by 30 days as Avichai Mandelblit, Attorney Gene
The disputed land was bought by Jewish trusts from Arab landowners in the 1870s. In 1956, the Jordanian government, in cooperation with the United Nations' organization for refugees, UNRWA, housed 28 Palestinian refugee families with tenancy rights in a compound on land that Jordan managed as Custodian of Enemy Property and which formerly belonged to these Jewish trusts. After the Six-Day War, the area fell under Israeli occupation. In 1972, the Israeli Custodian General registered the propertie
Palestinians and Israeli settlers first clashed on 6 May in Sheikh Jarrah, where Palestinian families were at risk of being evicted. Palestinian protesters had been holding nightly outdoor iftars. On May 6, Israeli settlers and Otzma Yehudit setup a table across the street from Palestinians. Social media videos showed both sides hurling rocks and chairs at each other. Israeli police intervened and arrested at least 7 people. Further clashes followed at the al-Aqsa Mosque. The Palestine Red Cresc
Hamas demanded Israel remove its forces from Al-Aqsa mosque by May 10, 6pm. Minutes after the deadline passed, Hamas fired more than 150 rockets into Israel from Gaza. The Israel Defense Forces said that seven rockets were fired toward Jerusalem and Beit Shemesh and that one was intercepted. An anti-tank missile was also fired at an Israeli civilian vehicle, injuring the driver. In response, Israel launched air strikes in the Gaza strip on the same day. According to Gaza's Ministry of Health, fo
On 9 May 2021, the Israeli Supreme Court delayed the expected decision on evictions for 30 days, after an intervention from Attorney General of Israel Avichai Mandelblit. Israel Police also banned Jews from going to the al-Aqsa plaza for Jerusalem Day festivities. On 10 May, Isra
40 minutes ago · May 12, 2021, 5:19 a.m. ET Live Updates: Israeli and Palestinian Violence Escalates to Major Crisis Dozens have been killed in airstrikes and rocket barrages, and violent protests have erupted in ...
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