A young man was martyred and another was wounded, described as moderate, by settler fire in the city of Lod within the 48 lands, during the police suppression of the protests that emerged in support of occupied Jerusalem, and rejecting the Israeli attacks on the protesters in Sheikh Jarrah and Bab al-Amoud Square and the worshipers in the vicinity of Al-Aqsa Mosque.
After midnight, it was announced that Musa Hassouna was martyred and another was moderately wounded, after they were shot at by settlers in the city of Lod.
And local sources indicated that settlers in the city of Lod targeted a group of young men with live bullets, which resulted in the death of a young man and the injury of another moderately.
Demonstrators took down the Israeli flag from the city of Lod and raised the flag of Palestine, amid burning tires and confrontations in the city with the police.
The clashes were renewed in the evening hours in the center of Jaffa, and the demonstrators closed the main street in the city center and lit rubber tires, and the Israeli police and special units fired bullets to disperse the demonstrators, wounding at least three of them with rubber bullets.
The internal cities witnessed clashes with the Israeli police in solidarity with the besieged worshipers in the Al-Aqsa Mosque and the people of Sheikh Jarrah, during which a number of people were wounded.
The mass rallies were launched in support of Jerusalem in the towns of Umm al-Fahm, Ain Mahal, Tamra, Shafa Amr, Majd al-Krum, Deir Hanna, Nahf, and the Negev, in the 48 lands.
The demonstrators emphasized that Jerusalem is the compass for Palestine, and all of our people with various political orientations are rallying around Jerusalem, and this anger will translate into greater anger if the occupation continues with this racist policy.
The demonstrators in Umm al-Fahm closed Wadi Ara Street with berms, chanting against the Israeli policies and the occupation forces ’storming of the Al-Aqsa Mosque, and their assault on Jerusalemites in Sheikh Jarrah and Bab al-Amud.
The people of Tamra also demonstrated in front of the Jerusalem roundabout in the city, in response to the people’s committee’s call to denounce the occupation’s aggression and extremist right-wing elements against worshipers in Al-Aqsa Mosque, and support the people of Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood, who are threatened with eviction and deportation.
The demonstrators raised slogans affirming Palestinian and Arabism of Jerusalem, condemning the crimes of the Zionist occupation in the city.
In Ein Mahel, dozens of people took part in a stand in solidarity with Jerusalem and its people. They raised banners with slogans: “Storming Al-Aqsa Mosque is a war crime” and “The occupation commits crimes against humanity in Jerusalem.”
The Israeli police deployed its foot and mobile elements at the entrances and intersections of these cities.