Israeli media: Explosion at bus stop in Al-Quds
Israeli media report an explosion at a bus station in Al-Quds and confirm a second explosion near the "Ramot Junction" at the entrance to occupied Al-Quds.
Israeli media reported an explosion at a bus station in Al-Quds this morning, which has so far injured ten people.
Media reported that ten others were injured in another explosion near a bus station on Shaari Street, including two serious injuries, which some Israeli media outlets described as hopeless.
The details of the incident are still under investigation, but according to initial reports and Israeli websites, the explosion was an explosive device placed inside a bag.
Haaretz newspaper reported that a suspected dual attack in Al-Quds left 15 wounded in two locations, four of whom are in very critical condition.
Israeli media reported that Knesset member Itamar Ben-Gvir went to the explosion site in Al-Quds.
According to Israeli media, the "Ramot" neighborhood explosion in occupied Al-Quds was an attempt to launch a joint attack.
Israeli media also reported that there is a fear of other explosives in other areas of occupied Al-Quds.