Israeli forces injure four youth, one injury described as critical


They accuse PA President Abbas of not lifting sanctions he had previously imposed on Gazans as a strategy toward turning them against the Hamas rulers of Gaza.

Palestinians and Israeli troops had skirmished at the border earlier in the day. An IDF spokesman said two rocket launches had been identified with both falling inside the Gaza Strip.

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It's not yet clear if there were any casualties in either attack.

Israeli Air Force is bombing several targets in Gaza on Thursday in response to a volley of mortar fire from Palestinian militants, as tensions escalate after President Donald Trump recognized Jerusalem as the capital of Israel. Israeli forces clashed with protesters, resulting in more than 100 injuries, according to Palestine Red Cross numbers reported by The Washington Post.

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Hamas Leader Ismail Hanniyeh issued a call for Palestinian across the country to begin a new intifada.

"We want the uprising to last and continue to let Trump and the occupation regret this decision", said Haniyeh. "Large protests are likely, particularly after Friday prayers, and could result in violence".

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Nevertheless, IDF tanks and warplanes bombed two Hamas military positions in Gaza in retaliation.