Jerusalem Protests: Live Coverage and Updates

Jerusalem Protests: Live coverage of the Israeli crackdown on Gaza, Al-Aqsa, Sheikh Jarrah
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11 May, 2021
After Israeli strikes on Gaza on Monday killed 24 people, including nine children, The New Arab continues its live updates from Palestine and the Occupied Territories.
With Gaza under siege from Israeli air strikes once again, what will happen next? [Getty]
The planned expulsion of 38 Palestinians from the historic neigbourhood of Sheikh Jarrah, increased flare-ups over the Bab-Ar-Rahma prayer hall in the Al-Aqsa Mosque compound

Renewed incitement from ultra-nationalist Israeli groups has prompted fresh protests in Occupied East Jerusalem.

Late last night, Hamas' Al-Qassam Brigade launched rockets into Israel. Israeli then launched airstrikes in Gaza killing 24 people, including nine children

Palestinian activists are resisting increased Israeli repression from both settler communities and soldiers, who have clamped down on the protests with rubber bullets, stun grenades, and batons. 

Palestinians in Israel have also taken to the streets to demand an end to violence against protesters in Jerusalem.

Meanwhile, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has warned of further punitive Israeli military action.

Check this feed as The New Arab provides regular updates on events in Gaza and the West Bank.