Fawzi al-Juneidi, the 16-year-old teen who became the symbol of protests against Trump’s decision to recognize Jerusalem as capital was released on Wednesday. Fawzi was blindfolded and arrested by 22 armed Israeli soldiers on Dec.7, in Hebron. The young Palestinian was taken for a check-up after being released on bail.
Thousands attended on Saturday the funerals of four Palestinians, who were martyred during clashes with Israeli forces a day earlier. Hundreds of mourners laid Mohamed Amin Akel, 22, to rest in the West Bank city of Hebron. Akel died of his wounds on Friday after he was shot multiple times by Israeli forces — after allegedly stabbing an Israeli soldier in the city. Basel Ibrahim was also buried in his hometown village of Anata in northern Jerusalem after he was martyred in clashes with Israeli forces in the village.