1 dead, more than 200 injured in West Bank ‘day of rage’ protests
One person has been killed and hundreds injured amid continuing clashes between Palestinians and Israeli forces Friday. Palestinian militants had called for a “day of rage” following Donald Trump’s decision to recognize Jerusalem as the Israeli capital.

READ MORE: ‘Declaration of war’: Trump’s Jerusalem decision lights Middle East powder keg

  • 08 December 2017

    20:48 GMT

    Read here: http://bit.ly/2AFPHsR  the full statement given by Ambassador Dr. Riyad Mansour, before the @UN Security Council on the situation in the , including the  Question and 

  • 20:40 GMT

    Palestinian delegation at UN say decision by US President Donald Trump to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel “disqualifies” the US has a broker for peace.

  • 20:17 GMT

    Ambassadors to UN from Britain, Sweden, France, Japan and Italy criticize President Donald Trump’s Jerusalem decision.

    UK ambassador Matthew Rycroft appeals for calm.

    Stood side by side with 4 European allies to make it clear:  is for final status agreement. We appeal to all to maintain calm & refrain from violence.

  • 20:04 GMT

    Palestinian Health Ministry reporting that at least 25 people wounded in Israeli air strikes, including six children.

  • 19:56 GMT

    Israeli aircraft have bombed an alleged Hamas training compound in the Gaza Strip. Announcing the strike on Twitter, the IDF said it holds Hamas “solely responsible for all hostile acts against Israel” from the region.

    In response to the projectiles fired at Israel from Gaza earlier today, IAF aircraft targeted a Hamas training compound & an ammunition warehouse in the Gaza Strip

    The IDF holds Hamas solely responsible for all hostile acts against Israel emanating from the Gaza Strip

  • 19:44 GMT

    Around 750 Palestinians have been injured in clashes with Israeli security forces, according to the latest figures from the Palestinian Red Crescent.

  • 19:28 GMT

    Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas has said that the US is no longer a legitimate broker of Israeli-Palestinian peace following President Donald Trump’s Jerusalem decision.

    “We reject the American decision over Jerusalem. With this position the United States has become no longer qualified to sponsor the peace process,” Abbas said in a statement.

  • 18:39 GMT

    Palestinian chief negotiator Saeb Erekat has said he will not talk with the US until the decision to recognize Jerusalem as the Israeli capital is reversed. The diplomat issued the statement in an interview with Al Jazeera TV.

  • 17:42 GMT

    A demonstration has begun outside the US Embassy in London to protest against Donald Trump’s decision to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.

  • 17:38 GMT

    American ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley has defended the US against accusations it has compromised its position as a mediator for Middle East peace, saying that her country has not taken a position on Jerusalem boundaries and is not advocating changes to arrangements of holy sites.

    Haley said the US is committed to the peace process but added that Israel “will never be bullied into an agreement by the UN or by any collection of countries that have proven their disregard for Israel’s security.”


  • Courtesy: RT

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