The rockets were fired on Thursday evening as Palestinians in Gaza and the West Bank protested the announcement on Wednesday by U.S. President Donald Trump recognizing Jerusalem as the capital of Israel. The Israeli armed forces denied live ammunition was used.
Israeli security forces are reportedly preparing ahead of Friday prayers in Jerusalem after a number of security assessments concluded that tomorrow (Friday) will likely be more chaotic than today.
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"The American decision is an aggression on our people and a war on our sanctuaries", he said.
"We want the uprising to last and continue to let Trump and the occupation regret this decision", said Haniyeh. Opposing Trump's decision by emphasizing Arab violence 1) avoids condemning Israel for land theft and its plan for eternal, illegal occupation (the key point); and 2) exploits stereotypes of Muslims as mindless, violent, primitive reactionaries.
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Iraqi leaders in Baghdad called for Trump to reverse his decision, saying that it could threaten stability in the Middle East. The statement further said, 'As terrorist attacks, political upheaval, and violence often take place without any warning, U.
He added that armed resistance factions in Palestine have received clear orders to be ready to counter this strategic threat, which endangers occupied Jerusalem and its future. Hamas went through the motion of handing over control of the Gaza Strip to Fatah and the Palestinian Authority - from which it violently wrestled control in 2007 - as it seemed to cooperate with the terms agreed to under Egyptian brokering. "Jerusalem is being kidnapped and ripped from us".
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