Published: Sun, March 11, 2018
Global Media | By Garry Long

Palestinian killed in Israeli army clashes

Palestinian killed in Israeli army clashes

Palestinian security sources said the clash was started by the settlers, after which the army intervened and fired at a group of Palestinians.

"We can not stop the tens of thousands of residents who will go north, south and east to protest against the siege imposed upon Gaza", he said, according to reports in Israeli media.

"We are experiencing terrorist attacks by Arabs from the villages near the settlement, nearly daily", said Yitzhar secretariat chairman Uriah Cohen.

Sidelining Washington, Abbas is instead pushing for a global multilateral approach to resolve the decades-long Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

The Health Ministry in Gaza reported three wounded in clashes by the border with Israel, one severely and two moderately.

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The Palestinian Health Ministry identified the victim as 24-year-old Mohammed al-Jabari. Palestinian media outlets say Jabri was deaf and mute. The IDF soldiers who were at the scene explained that the Palestinian was about to throw a Molotov cocktail at them.

The Palestinian leadership rejected an invitation by the United States to attend a donors meeting on the humanitarian situation in Gaza planned for March 13 at the White House, a Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) official said on Saturday.

Tensions have risen since US President Donald Trump's recognition in December of Jerusalem as Israel's capital - a decision that has infuriated Palestinians. In February, the U.S. administration announced that it would open its Jerusalem embassy in May 2018, to coincide with the 70th anniversary of Israel's independence.

While Israel has no official diplomatic relations with the Arab world, except Egypt and Jordan, the country's prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu previously admitted that Tel Aviv had "fruitful cooperation with Arab countries" that were kept "in general secret". A number of Muslim leaders have warned the move may lead to violence.

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