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Palestinians protest across Jerusalem, 4 detained
Published Friday 28/02/2014 (updated) 01/03/2014 20:08
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JERUSALEM (Ma'an) -- Israeli forces detained four Palestinians in Jerusalem on Friday as clashes broke out throughout the city following the imposition of new restrictions on Palestinian worshipers at the Al-Aqsa mosque compound.

Two people were beaten and detained by undercover Israeli forces in the Ras al-Amoud neighborhood, while a man described as an "Israeli settler" opened fire at Palestinians from his car.

The man reportedly fled the scene without being apprehended by Israeli security forces nearby.

Israelis from Jewish settlements on the Mount of Olives near Ras al-Amoud threw stones at Palestinians and their cars as they passed on Friday as well.

Near the Old City's Damascus Gate, meanwhile, Israeli forces detained a Palestinian identified as Mohammad al-Rashq after they dispersed local youths and inspected their IDs.

In the area between Cotton Merchant's Gate and the Council Gate of the Al-Aqsa compound Israeli forces scuffled with youths, beating them with batons and spraying pepper spray. They detained one youth during the clashes.

Israeli police spokesman Micky Rosenfeld said that three had been arrested in Ras al-Amoud after "rioted" after noon prayers. He added that two "petrol bombs" were also thrown at Israeli police units near Issawiya, but could not confirm any other incidents.





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1 ) Missionary chuma nnabuihe / Nigeria
01/03/2014 07:58
Looks like muslims dont understand prophecies. Bible spoke about Israelis returning to their homeland after 2000years abscence and it took place 1948. Thesame bible said in Acts 15: 13-16 that they will rebuild their fallen temple and we know that where it once stood, is where we have the noble sanctuary, which implies that the mosque must go down. Israeli activities in, around and even under it show that it is falling down soon. WILL BE GLAD TO HELP YOU PEOPLE KNOW MORE ABOUT THIS.

2 ) Moe moe / Usa
01/03/2014 19:12
TO. This missionary, Acts are not revelations ,therefore they are not trust worthy. On. The other hand, which Bible are u talking about? The King? And James?which Revised version of King James?There are so many Bibles. With si many versions and none mathes the other.The last point u need to understand is that all honest Archaeologists who had worked there for the past 66 years could not show any. Proof about any temple.

3 ) Martin Luther / Germany
04/03/2014 00:16
#1 Missionary chuma nnabuihe / Nigeria, with all due respect I think you are taking this out of context & misinterpreting what is being spoken about here. Scholarly interpretation of the bible has moved on since the early missions to Africa. I would suggest you might try to come to Europe and spend some time knowledge sharing with other missionaries. Isreal might be a good place to start, I understand they have a sizeable African community there, in addition to other communities too.
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