Israeli Occupation Bombs Resistance Site Southwest Gaza
Israeli occupation warplanes bombed Thursday night a resistance site southwest of Gaza, occupation claims that the bombing comes in response to incendiary balloons.
Al Mayadeen correspondent reported that Israeli occupation aircraft launched two rockets at a resistance site southwest of Gaza. Israeli media reported that the bombing comes "in retaliation against incendiary balloons."
Night Confusion in Beita
In the West Bank, dozens of Palestinians participating in night confusion activities in Beita got injured due to the occupation forces using live munition and tear gas against them.
The Palestinian red crescent stated, in turn, that its crews recorded 60 injuries.
The residents of Silwan Neighborhood in occupied Jerusalem (Al-Quds) called on the Jerusalemites and the Palestinians of the occupied territories to gather and largely participate in the Jumu'ah prayer that will be held in the protest tent in Al-Bustan Neighborhood, in protest of the Israeli occupation's Judaization policies.
The residents stressed the importance of mobilization in the "Friday of Steadfastness and Endurance" to confront the occupation's threats against the town's residents, consisting of demolishing their homes, forcefully evicting them, and displacing them.
Scores of settlers stormed the Al-Aqsa mosque Thursday night in groups under heavy protection by the Israeli occupation forces.
In the Jordan Valley, Israeli media claimed that an Israeli soldier was stabbed, and there was an attempt to seize her weapon.
Al Mayadeen correspondent reported that the Israeli occupation army detained a Palestinian for allegedly trying to stab an Israeli soldier and taking her weapon.
Israeli Channel 7 says that an agreement was reached between the residents of the "Givat Eviatar" settlement, which was built on Palestinian land, and the new Israeli government in order to turn it into a settlement.
The agreement stipulates, according to the Israeli Channel 7, the settlement outpost will be evacuated from the residents without demolishing its buildings, and the Israeli army will have a continuous presence, provided that a proposal is submitted with the aim of turning it into an official settlement.