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GAZA and Occupied Jerusalem: over 850 Palestinians Murdered by Zionist Regime, 5400 Wounded, Cease Fire Starting This Morning While West Bank in Fire, with Popular Resistance in Al Khalil, Nablus, Janin, Beytlahem, Tulkarem, Ramallah, Kalandiya, 8 Killed…
Of the 850 victims of the Israeli aggression, 208 are children, 82 are women, and 40 are elderly people. So far, around 5600 Palestinians were injured, including 1561 children, 1012 women, and 203 elderly people, according to the Palestinian news agency Safa.
Israel’s offensive in Gaza has ‘killed and injured more children than fighters.
Palestinian Resistance killed 10 Zionist soldiers in eastern Beit Hanoun, bringing the death toll of Israeli army at about 80.
The Al-Qassam Brigades fighters of the Palestinian Resistance have killed at least 10 more Israeli soldiers over the past few hours.
The resistance group says its fighters killed the Israeli soldiers near the northeastern part of the Gaza Strip on early hours of Friday.
The resistance group has put the death toll at about 80, including at least ten Israeli soldiers that the resistance movement says it had killed in the east of Beit Hanoun earlier in the day.
The latest killings come as the death toll among Israeli troops engaged in the offensive against the besieged region is on the rise.
The Israeli army confirmed the deaths of two of its soldiers over the past 24 hours. According to Israeli media, the latest deaths bring to 36 the number of troops killed in Tel Aviv’s 18-day onslaught.
This is while the Israeli army has informed the family of a missing soldier that it says has been killed. However, Qassam Brigades said it captured the Israeli soldier, Oron Shaul, on Saturday during an ambush on Israeli forces in the Sheja’iyah neighborhood, east of Gaza.
Israel has kept tight reins on media outlets with regards to the exact number of Israeli soldiers captured or killed during its ongoing assault on the besieged coastal enclave.
The rising death toll of Israeli forces during the ongoing assault on Gaza Strip has prompted growing opposition to the war among the Israeli public.
About 848 Palestinians have so far been killed and over 5,600 wounded since the Israeli military first launched its onslaught on the Palestinian enclave of Gaza on July 8. Nine Palestinian killed by Israeli Occupation Forces in Occupied Jerusalem in last two days.
2 Palestinians were killed and dozens injured across the West Bank on Friday night as Israeli forces opened fire on thousands of demonstrators protesting in solidarity with the besieged Gaza Strip.
Jerusalemite protestors set on fire the Israeli police station inside the Aqsa Mosque at dawn Friday.
Eyewitnesses said that the young Jerusalemites, who were angered with the Israeli massacre of children and women in Gaza Strip, managed to cross Israeli road barriers and entered the holy site.
They added that the protestors organized a march inside the mosque and forced policemen out of it then set the police station on fire.
The witnesses said that a number of young men were injured after the Israeli policemen fired rubber bullets and teargas canisters at them.
Thousands of Palestinians took part in rallies in Bethlehem, Tulkarem, Jenin, Nablus, Salfit, and dozens of other towns and villages across the West Bank that were called for by all Palestinian parties and factions.
The rallies come after a day of heavy protests across the West Bank, with 9 deaths (at the moment, early 26/7/2014) as thousands took part in a “Day of Rage” following the largest protest since the Second Intifada on Thursday which brought more than 20,000 to a march at Qalandia checkpoint.
Approximately thirty Palestinians have been killed by Israeli fire in the West Bank so far this year, about three times as many killed during the same period last year, according to data from the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs.
In Beit Fajjar near Bethlehem, Nasri Mahmoud Taqataqa, 16, was shot dead by Israeli forces during a protest in the village.
In Jenin, around 10,000 took part in a protest march that led to the Jalame checkpoint north of the city.
Bassem Safi Sadeq Abu Rob, of Qabatiya, was shot dead and thirty injured during clashes there, medical officials said.
Ali Zakarana, a PLO spokesman, said that among the 30 injured were a number with dangerous wounds in the eye and the chest that had been taken to hospitals in Nablus.
An Israeli military spokeswoman did not immediately return calls seeking comment on the deaths.
In Tulkarem, clashes broke out with Israeli soldiers at the Netanya checkpoint west of the city after thousands marched there, where forces opened fire with tear gas and stun grenades.
In Bethlehem around 3,000 took part in a march against the Israeli assault beginning at Manger Square and ending in the area of Rachel’s Tomb, where the separation wall passes through the northern neighborhoods of the city.
At least two were injured and dozens suffered from excessive gas inhalation during the clashes, which broke out late Friday and continued into the early hours on Saturday.
Clashes also took place in the villages of al-Walaja and Tuqu near Bethlehem, where dozens of youths confronted Israeli forces.
Eight Palestinians were injured with live fire after Israeli forces dispersed thousands of demonstrators in solidarity with Gaza.
Eyewitnesses said that Israeli forces used silenced weapons to target demonstrators in the march.
Thousands also took part in a rally in Nablus launched from Beit Dajan, east of the city, as well as in Beit Furik, where clashes broke out at Bita checkpoint.
In Salfit, Shaher Riyan was injured after Israeli forces shot him in the foot during the second rally in the last two days in the villages, while dozens of other suffered from excessive tear inhalation.
11 were injured at the southern checkpoint of Qalqiliya after Israeli forces opened fire with live bullets, rubber-coated steel bullets, and tear gas grenades.
Medics of the Red Crescent said that one demonstrator was shot in the thigh by Israeli forces and was taken to Nazzal Governmental Hospital.
Tens of thousands have taken part in protests held across the West Bank in the last two weeks as an Israeli assault on Gaza killed more than 850 people.
The attack has led to rising public anger against Israel as well as the Palestinian Authority, which many feel has not done enough to stop the killing.
Local Palestinian Arab Agencies