Night confrontations between Occupation, Palestinians In Sheikh Jarrah
Israeli occupation launches stun grenades toward Palestinians' homes in Sheikh Jarrah, youth respond to forces mobilized in the neighborhood.
Al Mayadeen correspondent reported that Palestinian youths responded to the Israeli occupation forces in Sheikh Jarrah, Al-Quds.
حول آخر التطورات في #حي_الشيخ_جراح مع مراسلة #الميادين نسرين سلمي.#القدس #فلسطين pic.twitter.com/vxsOaJIrMD— قناة الميادين (@AlMayadeenNews) June 21, 2021
مستمر منذ حوالي ساعة.. هجوم مشترك من قوات الاحتلال والمستوطنين الإسرائيليين على أهالي حي الشيخ جراح.#انقذوا_حي_الشيخ_جراح pic.twitter.com/db7332Viau— رضوان الأخرس (@rdooan) June 21, 2021
This comes after several Israeli settlers attacked Palestinians in the neighborhood and threw stones at them. The occupation forces used stun grenades against the Palestinians, throwing them into their houses and subsequently arresting a number of them.
The occupation forces brutally assaulted a young man in Sheikh Jarrah after launching tear gas canisters into the neighborhood's homes. They also arrested Palestinian activist Mansour Abu Gharbeih after physically assaulting him.
جنود الاحتلال يهاجمون الشبّان الفلسطينيين ويحمون المستوطنين بعد إشعالهم حريقاً في منزل عائلة القاسم في #الشيخ_جرّاح. pic.twitter.com/SwmSIO3F2c— قناة الميادين (@AlMayadeenNews) June 21, 2021
Al Mayadeen correspondent said that the occupation forces sent reinforcements to the Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood, escalated the attacks on the residents, and tried to storm the Al-Kurd family home.
Dozens of settlers gathered Monday evening in the Jubbet ad-Dib area, east of Bayt Lahm.
Israeli settlers organized Monday a new provocative flag march in the West Bank.
Eyewitnesses reported that the Israeli occupation forces prohibited the residents from gathering in the neighborhood, using batons to disperse them, and forcibly expelling solidarity activists and journalists.
Witnesses reported that the occupation forces raided a home by breaking its door and subsequently assaulted its residents.