Palestinians Clash With Israeli Soldiers Over Trump's Jerusalem Decision | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


Palestinians Clash With Israeli Soldiers Over Trump's Jerusalem Decision

At least 19 Palestinians were wounded on Thursday in the West Bank, East Jerualem and Gaza during clashes with Israeli soldiers following U.S. President Donald Trump's recognition of Jerusalem as Israel's capital, according to the Red Crescent.

Seven Palestinians were wounded at demonstrations checkpoint near the West Bank city of Ramallah. Four were said to have been wounded by live fire and two by rubber bullets. Eight were wounded by rubber bullets in Tul Karm, three in Bethlehem. Four Palestinians were wounded by rubber bullets in the East Jerusalem neighborhood of Shuafat. Confrontations were also reported in Nablus and Jenin. A military spokeswoman said soldiers had used "riot-dispersal gear" against hundreds of rock-throwers. Dozens of demonstrators were treated for inhalation of tear gas. 

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