Palestinians march to commemorate the attackers on the Temple Mount in Jerusalem — RT World News

On Sunday, hundreds of Palestinians clashed with police near the Shuafat refugee camp in Jerusalem. According to reports, in memory of a terrorist who opened fire in the old city, one person was killed and four others were injured.

On Sunday night, when a group of Palestinians marched from the Shuafat refugee camp, the police set up roadblocks around the city of Jerusalem. According to Israeli media reports, the organization chanted Hamas slogans and went to the home of Fadi Abu Shkhaydam, the gunman who killed an Israeli earlier in the day, and was shot dead by security forces.

“Millions of martyrs will go to Jerusalem,” Some people cried, while others shouted “Put the sword beside the sword” – A reference to the cross-blade Hamas logo – and “We are Dave Mohammed’s people” – a further reference to the Hamas military commander.

The video appears to show protesters holding green flags bearing the creed of the Islamic faith. These images are usually related to the Palestinian resistance organization, which is widely banned and classified as a terrorist organization worldwide.

Israeli media said the protest was in memory of Abu Shkhaydam, who opened fire near the Western Wall in Jerusalem on Sunday morning. Abu Shkhaydam, a Muslim scholar, was shot after killing one person and wounding four others.

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Gunman killed 1 person and injured 3 people in attack on Temple Mount in Jerusalem

The Israeli police met the protesters and they tried to use tear gas to disperse the crowd. Local media reported that Palestinians threw stones at the police line. The violence occurred after a raid by law enforcement agencies in the area; according to media reports, three relatives of Abu Shkhaydam have been arrested.

This community is the only refugee camp in Israel.

On Sunday night, Jewish nationalists also went through the old city to the scene of the attack. Simcha Rothman and Orit Struck, members of the far-right religious Zionist party, lit candles to commemorate the murdered South African immigrant Eliyahu David Kay.

Other demonstrators were not so peaceful, some chanted “May their village burn!” When they were marching.

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