Palestinian killed in W. Bank clashes with Israeli army

Guatemalan President Jimmy Morales speaks at the AIPAC conference in Washington DC

Mohammad Al-Jaabari, 24, was shot in the chest by Israeli forces in the city of Al-Khalil, Hebron, and then died from his wounds, the ministry added in a statement.

These activities by Hamas are reportedly being taken seriously by the IDF in light of the humanitarian crisis in Gaza and the fear that any Israeli attempt to stop the protesters' advance on the border fence with live fire will harm Israel's image.

According to eyewitnesses in Hebron, Jabri was handicapped and Palestinian media outlets say Jabri was deaf and mute.

The occupied Palestinian territories have witnessed a new wave of tension ever since US President Donald Trump announced his decision on December 6 a year ago to recognize Jerusalem al-Quds as the Zionist entity's capital and relocate the US embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to the occupied city.

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Mohammed bin Salman arrived in the United Kingdom on Tuesday night, and is expected to spend three days in the country. The demonstration was organised by Avaaz, a civic platform that among other causes promotes human rights.

The newspaper indicated that the use of the refugee motif will also reflect the terrorist organization's protest against USA attempts to block aid to the United Nation's Palestinian "refugee" agency UNRWA.

Israel occupied mainly Palestinian east Jerusalem in the 1967 Six-Day War and later annexed it in a move never recognised by the worldwide community.

Last Sunday, President Morales confirmed at AIPAC that the embassy would move to Jerusalem two days after the United States, in mid-May and Palestinians were fuming as the Guatemalan ambassador Sara Castaneda toured Jerusalem on Monday, looking at properties for the future embassy.

Clashes broke out Friday afternoon in the West Bank and the Gaza Strip between Palestinian demonstrators and Israeli soldiers, after calls made by various Palestinian factions. A number of Muslim leaders have warned the move may lead to violence.

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