Israeli troops used live rounds and tear gas against protestors in different parts of the occupied West Bank and Jerusalem. The Islamic Resistant Movement Hamas has declared Friday a “day of rage” in response to U.S. President Donald Trump’s decision to recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s capital. A statement released by Hamas said the “day of rage” was organized to “respond to the U.S. decision that targets the holy city” and send a message to Israel “with all available means.”
Palestinians react as a stun grenade explodes in a street at Jerusalem’s Old city outside the compound known to Muslims as Noble Sanctuary and to Jews as Temple Mount, after Israel removed all security measures it had installed at the compound.
Mourners carry the body of Palestinian youth Qusai Al-Amour, who Israeli and Palestinian officials said was shot dead by Israeli border police during a clash with protesters, during his funeral in the West Bank village of Tuqu near Bethlehem.
Mourners carry the body of Muhey al-Tabakhi, 12, during his funeral in the West Bank town of Al-Ram, near Jerusalem. A Palestinian hospital official said the boy was killed after clashes erupted between Israeli forces and protesters in the West Bank.