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Israeli soldiers invade Masjid al Aqsa - 8 March 2013
Israeli forces invade Masjid al Aqsa on 8th March 2013 during Jummah prayers and attacked Palestinians.
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Israeli soldiers raid al-Aqsa mosque, clash with worshipers
Dozens of Israeli soldiers and police officers have invaded the courtyards of the al-Aqsa Mosque, in the occupied east Jerusalem al-Quds. They attacked Palestinian worshippers inside the compound with stun grenades and tear gas. As our correspondent Mona Kandil reports Palestinians say Israel is trying to enforce temporal and spatial divisions on the mosque. Live @ http://www.presstv.ir/live.html Twitter @ http://twitter.com/PressTV LiveLeak @ http://www.liveleak.com/c/PressTV Facebook @ http://www.facebook.com/PRESSTV Google+ @ http://plus.google.com/+VideosPTV Instagram @ http://instagram.com/presstvchannel
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Palestinian girl shot plus rocket attack southern Israel
Fawar refugee camp, West Bank 1. Wide shot of Fawar camp with Israeli army vehicle in foreground 2. Young girl sitting in front of army vehicle, covered in blood being attended to by Israelis 3. Close-up of girl 4. Soldiers standing around 5. Mother standing with the Israeli troops 6. Various of ambulance at scene, girl being put into ambulance 7. Ambulance driving off 8. Various of troops at entrance to camp 9. Army vehicle on deserted road 10. Troops in grass 11. Tank rolling down road covered in debris 12. Close of troops in grass 13. Various of troops walking along road 14. Ambulance leaving the area Nahal Oz, Southern Israel ++ AUDIO QUALITY AS INCOMING ++ 15. Wide of scene with two bodies covered by sheets 16. People looking under one of the sheets 17. Various of Israeli army at the scene 18. Soldiers searching the area 19. Body under sheet 20. Tank driving past 21. Emergency workers getting out of ambulance and walking towards the scene 22. Group of army and police talking 23. Wide of scene 24. Army vehicle driving off STORYLINE: Tension surrounding the elections in Israel on Tuesday, has been heightened by two violent incidents in the West Bank and southern Israel. Israeli troops on Tuesday shot an eight-year-old girl in the face with a rubber bullet during an operation in a West Bank refugee camp. The girl was on the roof of her home when she was hit, and was quickly taken away by an Israeli ambulance. The Israeli army was investigating the claim. The incident occurred in the Fawar refugee camp, south of Hebron. Witnesses said troops surrounded the camp and an AP Television cameraman found it to be under curfew mid morning on Tuesday. Travel by Palestinians in and out of the West Bank has been banned while Israel holds a general election. Meanwhile, two people were killed in an explosion near an agricultural community in southern Israel on Tuesday, medical officials said, casting a further pall over nationwide elections. Israel's national rescue service said an adult and child were killed in the blast, which occurred near the border community of Nahal Oz. Rescue officials said the explosion was caused either by a Palestinian rocket attack or stray ordnance along the border area with the Gaza Strip. Officials initially said the pair - apparently Arab shepherds in a field - were killed in a rocket attack. In Gaza, Islamic Jihad claimed responsibility for the attack and said it was timed to disrupt the Israeli election. Over the past year, the tiny group has carried out several suicide bombings and numerous rocket attacks, despite an unofficial cease-fire with Israel. Hawkish parties have criticised front-runner Ehud Olmert's plan to withdraw unilaterally from much of the West Bank, saying it would invite Palestinian violence. Olmert's opponents have pointed to the frequent rocket attacks that have continued out of Gaza since Israel withdrew from the area last summer. In past elections, Palestinian violence has driven voters toward hard-line parties. The army said a total of four rockets were fired into Israel on Tuesday. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/bb9fb5978a6f11163db01e63b1605267 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Israeli troops clash with settlers
1. Israeli soldiers standing in an alley guarding construction of a wall 2. Various of wall under construction to separate Palestinian house from Jewish settlers' houses 3. Settler children sitting on building 4. Various of Israeli soldiers taking child down from structure, carrying him away 5. Israeli soldiers chasing settler youth away 6. Israeli policewoman arresting settler girl 7. Settler girls surrounding Israeli police 9. Scuffles between girl and police 10. A group of settlers and Israeli soldiers arguing 11. Settler woman being arrested by Israeli soldiers 12. Various of Israeli police and soldiers carrying settler man away 13. Israeli settler girl throwing a stone at a Palestinian standing in the entrance to a shop, Israeli soldier closing Palestinian in shop 14. Settlers walking in the street 15. Palestinian (in light blue shirt) in scuffle with Israeli soldier 16. Various of Israeli soldiers pushing Palestinian to floor, holding him down and hitting him 17. Israeli soldiers moving away settlers who are surrounding area 18. Palestinian man lying on ground 19. Israeli paramedic treating Palestinian man 20. Wide of Israeli paramedic treating Palestinian STORYLINE: Jewish settlers in Hebron pelted Israeli troops with rocks and eggs on Wednesday, as they put up a wall to protect a Palestinian home from settler attack. Settlers, many of them young children, tried to block construction of the concrete wall in the West Bank town by sitting astride it before being dragged away by Israeli soldiers and police. An Israeli police spokesman said two female settlers were detained and a third was slightly injured in a scuffle with soldiers. The Israeli forces were building a 25 metre-long (27.3 yards), 4.5-metre-high (4.9 yards) barrier around the Palestinian house which overlooks the homes of Jewish settlers in central Hebron. The house was emptied on Israeli army orders shortly after the outbreak of the second Palestinian intifada (uprising) in September 2000. Police have maintained a regular guard to protect the home against attacks by settlers since an Israeli Supreme Court ruling reversed the army order, allowing Palestinians to return to the building. In another incident in Hebron on Wednesday, a Palestinian who had been pelted with stones, was involved in a scuffle with Israeli soldiers and police. He was wrestled to the ground, beaten, and handcuffed before being driven away in an armoured jeep. In 1997, Hebron - a city of 130,000 Palestinians - was split into two parts. The central area remained under Israeli army control, while the other part was handed over to Palestinian control. About 500 Jewish settlers, many of them extremists, live in the Israeli-controlled part. Clashes between settlers and Palestinians are frequent. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/5b5c2677fe9313720df645b4532780a5 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Raw Footage: Israeli forces storm Al-Aqsa Mosque
Palestinians and Israeli forces clashed at Jerusalem's Al-Aqsa Mosque for a third straight day, as Israeli forces were seen on the roof of the holy site. Al Jazeera Arabic cameramen captured this footage. Suleiman Ahmad, the president of Jerusalem's Affairs Department, who is currently at the scene, told Al Jazeera that at least 17 Palestinians were injured in the clashes early on Tuesday. "They have placed snipers on the rooftops and are using rubber bullets," Suleiman said. The site of the mosque is revered by Jews and Muslims and is a frequent flashpoint of violence. Subscribe to our channel http://bit.ly/AJSubscribe Follow us on Twitter https://twitter.com/AJEnglish Find us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/aljazeera Check our website: http://www.aljazeera.com/
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Erdogan visits al-Aqsa mosque, meets Shalom
SHOTLIST 1. Exterior of Al Aqsa mosque compound 2. Israeli security in the alley leading to the Al Aqsa compound 3. Religious figures awaiting Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan 4. Convoy of Erdogan arriving 5. Erdogan greeting religious figures 6. Erodgan walking with group towards the compound 7. View of Al Aqsa mosque 8. Erdogan arriving at the compound of the Al Aqsa mosque accompanied by his wife 9. Erdogan entering compound 10. Erdogan entering mosque 11. Erdogan touring compound 12. Various photo opportunities of Israeli Foreign Minister Silvan Shalom and Erdogan STORYLINE Guarded by scores of Israeli and Palestinian security officials, Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Monday visited the Al Aqsa Mosque, Islam's third-holiest site and one of the most politically sensitive areas in the region. Erdogan, in the region on a two-day visit, is meeting Palestinian leaders on Monday. He held talks with Israeli leaders on Sunday in an effort to repair strained relations with the Jewish state. In a sign of closer ties, Israel and Turkey said they would set up a hot line for instant communications on terror threats. On Monday morning, Erdogan, whose party has its roots in Turkey's Islamic movement, arrived at the disputed site in the Old City known as the Temple Mount to Jews and the Noble Sanctuary to Muslims. The site, which once held the biblical Jewish Temples and now holds Al Aqsa, is claimed by both Jews and Muslims. Erdogan was surrounded by dozens of Israeli security guards when he arrived at the compound. In his trip here, Erdogan, only the second Turkish prime minister to visit Israel, said he hoped to offer himself as a mediator in the conflict between the Palestinians and Israel. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/c176bfc594a5ac1b983b3f9e67442e52 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Israeli Police out in force during 2nd Friday prayers of Ramadan
SHOTLIST 1. Mid of Israeli policemen on street outside Al Aqsa mosque 2. Close of policemen and worshippers in street 3. Wide of policeman checking identification of two civilians 4. Mid of policeman, young boy and woman looking in her bag 5. Close of policeman checking identification of three male worshippers 6. Close of identification papers being checked by policeman and zoom out 7. Wide of worshippers outside mosque 8. Mid of policeman checking identification of male muslim worshipper 9. Mid of muslims walking past police into mosque compound STORYLINE: Israeli security forces were deployed in East Jerusalem on Friday to secure prayers during the second weekend of Ramadan. A large number of Israeli policemen and soldiers from the border patrol unit stood at the entrances to the Old City in East Jerusalem and surrounded the Al Aqsa Mosque compound, where thousands of muslims were expected to arrive for Friday prayers. Entrance to the Al Aqsa mosque compound was limited by Israeli police who checked the identification of worshippers. Only men over 40 years old who have permission to stay in Israel were allowed inside the compound. Those younger were excluded because they are considered to be of fighting age. Women of all ages were allowed to participate in the prayers, providing they have permission to be in Israel. Over the past two weeks, Israeli police have raised the security alert across Israel because of coinciding Jewish holidays and Muslim festival of Ramadan at this time of year. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/6ac3e83a5119e3f633e3d926b8fd56f1 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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English/Nat Israeli police shut the al-Aqsa mosque complex to visitors Sunday after angry Arabs shouting "God is Great" confronted Jews trying to tour the site. The Mosque on Jerusalem's Temple Mount, is also the location of the ancient Jewish Temple and a constant point of conflict between Jews and Arabs. Israeli police barred Jews from visiting the temple mount on a day when Jews commemorate the destruction of their ancient shrine. Dressed in sackcloth and chains, members of the Temple Mount Faithful group gathered outside the Mugrabi Gate, trying to get into the walled enclosure that Muslims revere as the Harem es-Sharif, the site of the holy al-Aqsa mosque complex. Police twice escorted two Israelis onto the Temple Mount, but when dozens of Muslims surrounded them, shouting "Allahu Akbar" or "God is great," police quickly escorted them out of the area. Outside, Jews continuously broke through a police barrier in an attempt to reach the Mount. About 100 police pushed them back into the crowd. Gershon Solomon, head of Temple Mount Faithful, warned police that he would not be able to hold back about 100 of his followers waiting to go in. SOUNDBITE: We started today an historical battle. To liberate the house of God of this hill. We came here for ever, because the liberation of the temple Mount, the liberation. SUPER CAPTION: Gershon Solomon, Temple Mount Faithful Since October 1990, when riots on the Temple Mount left 17 Palestinians dead and over 150 wounded during the Jewish festival of Sukkoth, police have traditionally banned Jews from the area during Jewish holidays. SOUNDBITE: Now we are here in order to show, we're walking around all the walls all the whole city, in order to show that Jerusalem, a united Jerusalem, will stay the capital of the Jewish people for ever. SUPER CAPTION: Protestor On Saturday night Jews held a rally that began with a mass prayer outside Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin's official residence and continued with a silent march to the Old City's Western Wall, the last remnant of the temple destroyed by Romans in 70 A.D. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/27f3a690446bcc136399acd9389f26ca Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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What's going on outside Al Aqsa
AJ Plus explores Israel's enroachment on the Status Quo surrounding Al Aqsa mosque sanctuary in Jerualem.
Five women banned from al-Aqsa, its compound for 15 days
In an attempt to diminish Palestinian presence in al-Aqsa mosque and its compound in Jerusalem al-Quds, Israeli forces issued an order against five Palestinian females on January 4th forcing them to stay away from the al-Aqsa mosque for fifteen days. The Israeli forces arrested the women thereafter and interrogated them for several hours, before releasing them. Live @ http://www.presstv.ir/live.html Twitter @ http://twitter.com/PressTV LiveLeak @ http://www.liveleak.com/c/PressTV Facebook @ http://www.facebook.com/PRESSTV Google+ @ http://plus.google.com/+VideosPTV Instagram @ http://instagram.com/presstvchannel
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Protest in Ramallah against Israeli violation at al Aqsa Mosque
RAMALLAH, WEST BANK - SEPTEMBER 29: Clashes occurred between Palestinian protestors and Israeli security forces in Beit Al Jewish Settlement during a demonstration against Israeli Government's violation over Al-Aqsa Mosque, on September 29, 2015 in Ramallah, West Bank. ...
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Beautiful Quran recitation from Al Aqsa Mosque - salat Fajr
Masjid Al Aqsa is the name of the whole area enclosed by the 4 walls surrounding the two Masajid of Masjid-e-Qibly and Qubbat-As-Sakhrah (Dome of the Rock). Both Masajid are in the compound of Masjid Al Aqsa which is the size of 13 football pitches (35 acres). Masjid-e-Qibly is the Masjid where the 5 daily Salaah is led. In the compound there are 200 #monuments including Masjid-e-Qibly and #Qubbat-As-Sakhrah (#Dome of the #Rock), other prayer halls, schools, fountains and libraries. The reward of praying anywhere in the compound of Masjid Al Aqsa is increased 500 times more than any (Masjid) elsewhere. Abu Darda (ra) relates that the Prophet (Peace be upon him) said, "A prayer in Makkah (Ka'bah) is worth 100,000 times (reward), a prayer in my Masjid (Madinah) is worth 1,000 times and a prayer in Al-Aqsa Sanctuary is worth 500 times more reward than anywhere else". For Muslims, it holds a very important place in our heart. It is the 3rd most holy site in Islam. It is the location that the Prophetṣallallāhu 'alayhi wa sallam (peace and blessings of Allāh be upon him) was transported to during the journey of Israa and Miraaj. It was the scene for the most extraordinary gathering in the history of mankind – when every Prophet that ever lived were gathered together for a congregational prayer behind Prophet Muhammadṣallallāhu 'alayhi wa sallam (peace and blessings of Allāh be upon him). There are multiple mosques on the site that we know as masjid Al Aqsa. We think of masjid Al-Aqsa as the building at the southernmost corner of the Mosque. In actual fact, that is the Qibly mosque – so called because it is the closest to the Qibla. The whole mount is masjid Al Aqsa and is sometimes referred to the Haram Al-Sharif to prevent confusion. But there are other mosques present on the site which are usually connected to historical incidents e.g. the Buraq masjid, the Marwani masjid and more. In 1967, Jerusalem left Muslim hands for the 3rd time and came under the control of Israel. The conquering Israeli soldiers flew their flag from the dome. The Israeli leadership realised that overt control of masjid Al-Aqsa would serve as a constant provocation to the Muslim world. They used the fig leaf of a Waqf in order to placate the Muslims into complacency. In 1969, an Australian Zionist set fire to the mimbar of Nuruddin and the Qibly mosque itself. The resulting inferno enveloped the entire Qibly mosque. The Muslim world awoke to scenes from the worst of nightmares. Desperate palestinians tried to put out the flames in anyway they could. An entire Ummah hung their head in shame. Since then, the mosque has been rebuilt and refurbished, but the assaults against the 3rd holiest site in Islam continue to this day. Excavations undermining the foundations of the entire Mosque, unauthorised visits, and daily threats to rebuild the old temple are all currently under way. Masjid Al-Aqsa still waits.
Israeli troops shoot dead two Palestinians in West Bank raids
1. Wide of street in Jenin 2. Armed Israeli soldiers surrounding building 3. Israel army jeep driving along 4. Palestinian ambulance 5. Israeli soldiers 6. Palestinian ambulance driving to scene 7. Men next to vehicle 8. Body of Palestinian being wrapped and carried into Palestinian ambulance 9. Tilt down of building 10. Wide of scene STORYLINE: Israeli troops shot and killed a Palestinian intelligence officer on Sunday during a raid in the West Bank town of Jenin, Palestinian security officials said. They said soldiers encircled Palestinian intelligence headquarters, gunshots were heard, and the bloodstained body of Ali Jabarin, a former member of the Al Aqsa Martyrs' Brigades was seen lying in the street immediately after the shooting. The officials had no further details of the incident. In the nearby village of Qabatiyeh, near the West Bank town of Jenin, troops on what appeared to be a search operation, killed Sahir Hanisha, 24, an Aqsa militant wanted by Israeli security forces, Palestinians said. The army said that in both incidents troops seeking to carry out arrests were fired upon and returned fire. The military spokesperson's office did not immediately have further details. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/6121466b3a62d1ecb429bf46fce32a4c Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Palestinian Muslim Praying Kicked By Israeli Soldier
Amidst protests by Palestinian Muslims concerning their access to Al-Aqsa mosque, one Palestinian protestor begins praying and is kicked a few seconds later by an Israeli soldier. Consider subscribing. https://instagram.com/iKAMBIZ https://twitter.com/iKAMBIZ
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Violence between Palestinians and Israelis at Al-Aqsa.
1. Israeli police running up ramp to force their way into al-Aqsa mosque compound 2. Jewish worshippers leaving area as rocks fall 3. Stones coming over from behind mosque compound walls 4. Israeli police pushing Jewish man back away from wall 5. Various of worshippers covering their heads with plastic chairs as shields from stones 6. Golden Dome of the Rock 8. Wounded Israeli policeman being evacuated on stretcher 9. Israeli policeman with bandaged arm 10. Various of Israeli police on top of compound wall 11. Arrested Palestinians crouching by wall, guarded by Israeli police 12. Israeli policeman putting plastic handcuffs on Palestinian suspect 13. Pan from handcuffed Palestinian to Israeli Arab Knesset member Abdel-Malik Dehamshe 14. Pan to Dehamshe surrounded by media 15. SOUNDBITE: (English) Abdel-Malik Dehamshe, Israeli Arab Knesset member: "The police should all take out all these forces from here and, for the time being, say that there is not any intention to get into the Mosque and for the future they should never agree or permit any Jewish extremists to come here to make a point or other similar things like this." 16. Set up of acting Public Security Minister Reuben Rivlin 17. SOUNDBITE (English) Reuben Rivlin, Acting Israeli Public Security Minister: "Those people, the Jewish extremists didn't even mean to go into the holy temple, it was only a provocation from the Islamic side." 16. Various of Palestinian wounded being evacuated 17. Israeli police 18. SOUNDBITE: (English) Adnan Husseini, Head of Waqf Islamic Trust (In day to day charge of the compound): "To hurt people in their faith is something very dangerous and nobody can accept this and I think that this is against all the efforts for peace. Who will hold responsibility. The end is that the Israeli government will give relaxations for such extreme groups." 19. Israeli police 20. SOUNDBITE: (Arabic) Adnan Husseini, Head of Waqf Islamic Trust (In day to day charge of the compound): "We urge Islamic and Arab nations to intervene and stop this provocation. They can do it by putting pressure on those who support Israel." 21. Israeli police STORYLINE: In clashes at Jerusalem's most bitterly contested religious shrine, Israeli police stormed a mosque compound on Sunday, tossing stun grenades and arresting young Palestinians who were throwing stones at Jewish worshippers along the nearby Western Wall. The current round of Mideast bloodletting erupted exactly 10 months earlier inside the same hilltop compound where two large mosques, including the golden Dome of the Rock, were built atop the ruins of the biblical Jewish temples. 15 Israeli policemen and 10 Palestinians were injured and 28 Palestinians were arrested at the compound, known to Muslims as the Noble Sanctuary and to Jews as the Temple Mount. Israeli police had expected a difficult day on Sunday, the Jewish holy day of Tisha B'Av, when observant Jews mark the destruction of Jewish temples at the site in the years 586 B.C. and 70 A.D. Hundreds of police were in place early on Sunday to block about 30 members of an ultranationalist Jewish group from marching on the mosque compound, which has been restricted to Muslims since the violence broke out last year. Shortly afterward, Muslims inside the compound began throwing stones, bricks and bottles at hundreds of Jews praying down below at the Western Wall, which forms an exterior wall of the compound. The Jewish men and women fled the barrage, with some holding plastic chairs or prayer shawls over their heads for protection. Some dashed across a stone plaza to escape the range of the stone throwers, while others hugged the wall, scooting along it until they reached a tunnel that took them out of danger. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/15a7850c43b2f3d2f400590acb1bfc0d Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Friday prayers protests in West Bank, Gaza, clashes at Al Aqsa mosque, funeral
Jerusalem 1. Push in of protesters throwing stones at Israeli police at the Al-Aqsa compound 2. Israeli policemen firing tear gas at protesters, AUDIO: stun grenades 3. Policemen pushing protesters away 4. Close of wounded man surrounded by paramedics 5. Paramedics evacuating a wounded woman on a stretcher 6. Wide of dozens of policemen running towards the Al-Aqsa compound 7. Masked policeman standing with Dome of the Rock in the background 8. Policemen blocking the way at the compound 9. SOUNDBITE (English) Micky Rosenfeld, Israeli police spokesman: "As far as we're concerned, we looked into the incident that took place on Sunday last week where a number of Arab women prevented a group of tourists and Jewish people from walking around on the Temple Mount. There was no desecration or no disrespect to any Quran whatsoever and therefore today's riots were provoked unnecessarily by Palestinian rioters after the prayers on the Temple Mount." 10. Israeli police spokesman Micky Rosenfeld walking past camera Gaza City, Gaza Strip 11. Close of Quran in hand of protester 12. Thousands of Islamic Jihad and Hamas members marching and chanting slogans at demonstration 13. Various of demonstration 14. Reverse wide shot of demonstration Aboud, West Bank 15. Israeli soldiers standing in line as stones rain down on them, they respond with tear gas 16. Palestinian protester using a slingshot unsuccessfully 17. Tear gas canisters in street 18. Palestinian protesters throwing stones at Israeli soldiers 19. Wide of protesters 20. Reverse shot of soldiers standing in line 21. Various of mourners gathered in front of home of 22-year-old Mohamed Mansour, who died in hospital two weeks after being injured by Israeli soldiers in clashes 22. Various of funeral procession Sebastya, West Bank 23. Palestinian protesters running down hillside away from Israeli security forces firing tear gas 24. Protesters carrying injured person 25. Protesters throwing stones 26. Wide of Israeli soldiers firing tear gas 27. Protester waving Palestinian flag with cloud of tear gas behind 28. Protesters holding posters calling for an end to the Israeli settlement waste water which they claim is contaminating their land 29. Wide of protesters and ambulance 30. Close of what protesters claim is waste water from Israeli settlements polluting their land 31. Wide of settlement STORYLINE Israeli police have entered Jerusalem's holiest site to disperse hundreds of Palestinians who were throwing rocks. Police spokesman Micky Rosenfeld said Palestinian worshippers rioted after Friday prayers at the sacred hilltop site in the Old City of Jerusalem. It's known to Jews as the Temple Mount and to Muslims as the Noble Sanctuary, where the Al-Aqsa Mosque stands. Rosenfeld denied that last week Israeli security forces entered the mosque and stood on a copy of the Quran. "We looked into the incident that took place on Sunday last week where a number of Arab women prevented a group of tourists and Jewish people from walking around on the Temple Mount. There was no desecration or no disrespect to any Quran whatsoever and therefore today's riots were provoked unnecessarily by Palestinian rioters," he said. Israeli police dispersed the crowd with stun grenades and tear gas. One wounded man was seen being treated by paramedics, and another female protester was carried away on a stretcher. Rosenfeld said several officers were slightly injured by masked Palestinians who threw rocks and two firebombs, but police did not enter the mosque. The contested site, where the Al-Aqsa Mosque compound is built above the ruins of the biblical Jewish Temples, is one of the region's most sensitive. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/aa40fc02bcddf0386f6c644144d4ec61 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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IDF troops raid and arrest 18 men, clashes in Jerusalem; West Bank demo
SHOTLIST AP TELEVISION Jerusalem 1. Demonstrators seated, listening to speaker 2. SOUNDBITE: (Arabic) Sheik Raed Salah, Israeli Islamic Movement: "We personally welcome each and every one of you here." 3. Protestors clashing with Israeli border police/ UPSOUND stun grenades and explosions 4. Wide of people fleeing the scene as white smoke rises from grenades AUDIO explosions 5. Stun grenade hits camera tripod 6. Policeman on horse UPSOUND explosion, white smoke rising 7. Police arresting Salah 8. Police leading Raed Salah away as he chants "save the Al Aqsa mosque" 9. Salah being led to car 10. Various of clashes/ UPSOUND explosions Israeli Defence Forces (IDF) Ramallah, West Bank ++NIGHT SHOTS++ 11. Soldiers inside house 12. Soldiers walking in alley 13. Soldiers gathered near doorway in alley UPSOUND explosion, soldiers moving towards door 14. Soldiers preparing to detonate door 15. Door exploding UPSOUND explosion 16. Soldiers walking down alley AP Television Hawara checkpoint, West Bank 17. Wide of demonstration - Palestinian women gathered at checkpoint chanting 18. Woman chanting 19. Israeli soldiers standing in front of demonstration 20. Various of women scuffling with Israeli soldiers 21. Palestinian woman shouting at Israeli solider UPSOUND (English) "It is not your right. It's my land. Not yours! I have the right to go (through the checkpoint) to go where ever I want." 22. Woman shouting at Israeli soldier UPSOUND (English) "National Women's Day.." Man: (English) "You have to respect the women's day." (off camera) Woman: (English) "We are women, you have to respect our dignities. You have to respect our humanity." 23. Israeli soldiers at checkpoint walking past camera STORYLINE: Israeli police clashed with Arab Israeli protestors in Jerusalem on Wednesday, who were protesting against alleged Israeli violations at the Muslim holy site of the Al Aqsa mosque in Jerusalem. Police arrested the leader of the protest Sheik Raed Salah, who leads the northern branch of the radical Islamic Movement of Israel, for holding an illegal demonstration and incitement, police said. Salah has been a controversial figure in Israel for many years. Israel jailed him for more than two years, saying his organisation funnelled money to the Palestinian Islamic militant group Hamas. He is known to many Palestinians as the "Sheik of Al Aqsa," for his work defending what they say is a threat to the Muslim holy site. The Israeli backed archaeological dig taking place about 60 metres (yards) away from the Al Aqsa mosque and the gold-capped Dome of the Rock, has sparked recent protests by many Muslims throughout the Arab world. The dig is close to the hilltop compound, known to Muslims as the Noble Sanctuary and to Jews as the Temple Mount. The area is the third-holiest site in Islam. According to Israel, the dig is meant to salvage archaeological finds ahead of the construction of a new pedestrian walkway up to the hilltop compound, to replace one damaged in a 2004 snowstorm. Meanwhile Israeli officials said they arrested 18 "fugitives" in the West Bank wanted by the Israeli Army during a raid on the Palestinian military headquarters in southern Ramallah. The men had sought shelter there, the army said. During the raid, some 30 military jeeps surrounded the three-story building in a residential neighbourhood. Troops firing stun grenades and shooting in the air called on the men to surrender, then entered the compound and seized 18 men, Palestinian security officials said. The Israeli army confirmed the arrest of the 18, whom they suspect are involved in shooting attacks on Israeli civilians and soldiers, as well as attempted kidnappings. All 18 men, were allied with Fatah, the army said. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/f8d240fc2dd8e7afc30460d51bd41b42 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Muslim faithful face Israeli police at al Aqsa mosque
1. Pan from Israeli soldiers to the gate of old city of Jerusalem 2. Various muslims gathered in front of the mosque, being checked by Israeli police 3. Various of muslims walking to prayers directions 4. Man arguing with police, being forced to leave 6. Police in horses dispersing the crowd 7. Various of muslims being chased by police on horses 8. Pan from police to a group of men praying on street STORYLINE: Security was tightened up in Jerusalem on Friday, Islam's holy day of the week, as Israel pushed ahead with bloody offensives in both Gaza and Lebanon. Frustrated Muslim males under the age of 54 were prevented from attending prayers at the al Aqsa mosque. Police were screening Muslims wishing to visit the mosque. Security at the gates of Jerusalem's old city, the roads leading to the mosque, was also tight. Some Muslims decided to pray on the street, surrounded by Israeli police. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/7957a9d40fa4f8765e3c2826a7b7b0e0 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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WRAP Palestinians and Israeli security forces clash; reax, Haniyeh
(16 Mar 2010) SHOTLIST Jerusalem, 16 March 2010 1. Top shot of Israeli riot policemen in street 2. Closer shot of full-geared riot policemen in streets 3. Medium of masked Palestinian protestors around burning trash can 4. Zoom in on policemen at scene of clashes Jerusalem 5. Israeli police charging towards Palestinian protesters, wrestling one man down 6. Various of Israeli police, some undercover, arresting Palestinians 7. Zoom out of Palestinians pinned to the ground by riot police 8. Various of arrested Palestinians being taken to police vehicles Jerusalem 9. SOUNDBITE (Hebrew) Dudi Cohen, Israeli Police Commissioner: "I do not anticipate a third intifada. I think today was an unusual day in terms of Israeli police deployment, but we intend to restore order as soon as possible in the Temple Mount area and the Jerusalem district." Near Ramallah, West Bank 10. Israeli police jeeps driving towards stone-throwing Palestinians, reversing, speeding towards them a number of times 11. Palestinians throwing stones near burning object Beit Umar, West Bank 12. Wide of protestors running back as tear gas spreads in scene of clashes 13. Medium of tear gas spreading from grenade 14. Zoom in on Israeli soldier firing tear gas 15. Second Israeli soldier firing tear gas 16. Palestinians hurling stones 17. Wide of Israeli army jeeps, stun grenade is thrown 18. Various of Israeli soldier sitting in jeep, his finger bandaged Ramallah, West Bank 19. Pan of protest against Israel''s policies in Jerusalem 20. Close up of Palestinian flags 21. Zoom out of demonstration Jericho, West Bank 22. SOUNDBITE: (English) Saeb Erekat, Palestinian Chief Negotiator: "This is like pouring fuel into the fire. This must stop. Today, I am going urgently to Moscow with a written letter from President Abbas to the members of the Quartet, urging them for the direct intervention in order to de-escalate the situation, and to de-conflict the situation." Hebron, West Bank 23. Various of soldiers in the streets of Hebron 24. Palestinians, some masked, throwing stones 25. Zoom into Palestinians running away 26. Various of Israeli soldiers arresting Palestinian protestors and marching them away AP Television News Gaza City, Gaza Strip, 16 March 2010 27. Wide of Hamas Cabinet meeting 28. SOUNDBITE: (Arabic) Ismail Haniyeh, Hamas Prime Minister in Gaza: "We are calling for the broadest Palestinian, Arab and Muslim unity for the sake of Jerusalem. What is happening at the moment in Jerusalem, and on its boundaries, overground and underground, all reveals the nature of the conflict and determines the future of Jerusalem." Gaza City, Gaza Strip 29. Wide of protesters marching 30. Man in protest with Hamas flag, chanting 31. Set up of Hamas Spokesman Fawzi Barhoum in his office 32. SOUNDBITE: (Arabic) Fawzi Barhoum, Spokesman for Hamas: "There has to be a third continuing Palestinian uprising in all parts of Palestine to defend Jerusalem and the Al Aqsa Mosque." 33. Model of Great Dome of the Rock being carried through streets in mass protest 34. Close-up of protesters chanting STORYLINE Hundreds of Palestinians in east Jerusalem and parts of the West Bank set tyres and garbage bins ablaze on Tuesday and hurled rocks at Israeli riot police, who responded with rubber bullets and tear gas. The heaviest clashes in months broke out as an American envoy abruptly cancelled a visit, deepening a apparent US-Israeli diplomatic spat. Angered by plans for more Jewish housing in predominantly Arab east Jerusalem and rumours surrounding the rededication of an Old City synagogue, Palestinians clashed with Israeli forces throughout the day. Palestinian medics said 10 people were seriously wounded, five from rubber bullets. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/1d46554c5bb6e460c19c80fbedcbe066 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Al-Aqsa Attacked by Isreali Soldiers - اقتحام باحات المسجد الأقصى
On Feb 19, 2012, Local sources reported that settlers gathered near the Al-Magharba Bridge, that leads to the Al-Magharba Gate, west of the Al-Aqsa mosque, while dozens of Israeli policemen were deployed in the area. The police allowed the settlers through and prevented all Palestinians, aged 45 of under, from entering the area while on their way to pray at the Al-Aqsa mosque, an issue that led to clashes between the Palestinians, and the Israeli soldiers and settlers. Initial Israeli reports stated that three soldiers were mildly wounded. It is worth mentioning that a number of extremist settler groups recently called for attacking the Al-Aqsa mosque on Sunday "in order to maintain Jewish sovereignty on the temple", according to the settlers. The Al-Quds Media Center reported that some extremist settler groups, including extremist members of the "Trustees of the Temple", called on their followers to break into the Al-Aqsa Mosque in order "to affirm the Jewish control and sovereignty on the mosque" a first step towards "rebuilding the temple". [PLEASE KEEP OUR HOLY MASJID IN YOUR DUAA] Sources: www.Qudsmedia.com, www.imemc.org, Al-Quds TV
Views: 13818 Hannan Wazwaz
State of Palestine: Clashes at Al-Aqsa mosque enter third day, multiple injuries
Israeli security forces stormed Jerusalem's Al-Aqsa mosque on Tuesday, chasing out Palestinian protesters and reportedly surrounding a group of worshippers who were occupying a room in the mosque. Violent clashes then erupted in which around 26 people sustained injuries. Video ID: 20150915-109 Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv Contact: cd@ruptly.tv Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly LiveLeak: http://www.liveleak.com/c/Ruptly Vine: https://vine.co/Ruptly Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/Ruptly YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/RuptlyTV DailyMotion: http://www.dailymotion.com/ruptly
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Israeli IDF Firing inside Al Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem
via http://upit.pk This is the brutality of Israel. Then they ask the world to support them.
WRAP Palestinians pay last respects to late leader
Ramallah 1. Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat's burial site covered with flowers 2. Muslim woman crying pull out to two men crying next to her 3. Young boy with automatic weapon toy 4. Arafat burial site with mourners standing by 5. Young boy with Arafat picture 6. Zoom out group of young boys with Arafat picture 7. Muslim woman screaming and crying 8. Pan of Arafat burial site with flowers and young boy standing next to Palestinian flag Jerusalem 9. Al Aqsa mosque 10. Various of people praying 11. People walking at Temple Mount 12. Israeli border police around Temple Mount Gaza 13. Various of morning prayers 14. Various of people at cemetery at the grave of Sheikh Ahmed Yassin, founder and spiritual leader of Hamas Gaza 15. Various of mourning tent for Yasser Arafat 16. People arriving to tent 17. Religious leader shaking hands 18. People arriving Hebron 18. Exterior of mosque 19. Wide shot Israeli soldiers at entrance of mosque 20. Mosque's tower 21. Soldiers checking people entering mosque 22. Palestinians praying STORYLINE: Palestinians in Gaza, Ramallah, Jerusalem and Hebron mourned the loss of their leader Yasser Arafat on Saturday with prayers marking the beginning of "Eid El Fiter." Traditional celebrations were cancelled. In Ramallah, the atmosphere surrounding the compound, known as the muqata, had calmed, with people filing in to see the tomb and lay wreaths and flowers. Women cried out, while men sobbed at the burial site of their former leader. Palestinians wanted to bury Arafat at the Al Aqsa Mosque compound, Islam's third holiest site, which lies atop the ruins of the biblical Jewish temples. Israel refused, fearing chaos and a strengthened Palestinian claim to the city. Ramallah, where Arafat spent his last years as a virtual prisoner, was chosen as a compromise site. In Jerusalem, Israeli security was tight as hundreds of people arrived at the Al Aqsa mosque early on Saturday to hold special prayers. Palestinians in Gaza visited the grave of Sheikh Ahmed Yassin, founder and spiritual leader of Hamas. He was killed in a missile strike in March 2004. Sheikh Yassin was an important symbol of Palestinian resistance, but he was far less popular than Arafat. Also in Gaza, Palestinians attended mosque and continued to visit the mourning tent of Arafat. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/81544a612bee9f9c3dc7b4ade1c29efb Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Jerusalem's Afro Palestinians feel more integrated
(29 Jan 2017) LEADIN: A third generation of Afro-Palestinians in Jerusalem's Old City are growing up more integrated and confidant about their place. Despite poverty and occasional discrimination, many say they now feel more accepted by their fellow countrymen. STORY-LINE: In the shadow of the Al-Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem's Old City lies the "African Quarter", home to a little-known community of nearly 50 Arab families of African descent. Descended from Muslim pilgrims from a variety of African countries, they now consider themselves proud Palestinians, despite widespread poverty and occasional discrimination from both Palestinians and Israelis. Several have even participated in violent attacks against Israel. The forefathers of Jerusalem's African Quarter are mostly Muslim pilgrims from Chad, Sudan, Nigeria and Senegal who settled here or got stuck during periods of war. Some are the descendants of slaves or soldiers brought in during Ottoman times. Others came with The Arab Salvation Army, an army of volunteers that fought on the Arab side in the 1948 war surrounding Israel's creation. Ali Jiddah is a well-known Palestinian tour guide in Jerusalem's Old City. A former member of the radical Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine, Jiddah spent 17 years in an Israeli prison for taking part in a 1968 bombing that injured nine Israelis before he was freed in a prisoner swap. Having long ago renounced violence he now offers what he calls an "alternative" perspective on the conflict with Israel through his tours. "Concerning the second, third, fourth generation, if you ask us to identify ourselves we say we are Afro-Palestinians," he says. "We were born here, we grew up here, we have the same history like Palestinians. Even whenever I sit with Palestinians I say 'look brothers, sisters, you are oppressed by the occupation but we as Afro Palestinians, we are double oppressed, first as Palestinians, second because of the colour'." But despite being oppressed in some ways, Jiddah believes that the political contributions of Afro-Palestinians have elevated their status in the eyes of their fellow countrymen. While Jerusalem's Afro-Palestinians have been here for decades, fitting in was not always easy and can still be a challenge. Many newcomers, such as shop owner Hawa Jibril Balalawi whose father was from Chad, faced discrimination based on the colour of their skin. "Some will deal with you as a friend, a colleague at his school, but some other people don't accept this thing, they exist even now. But when you treat them well, they will feel ashamed and behave a bit better", she says. Most of Jerusalem's Afro-Palestinian residents live in old buildings which were originally built in the 10th century for the city's poor. Made later into prisons by the Ottomans, the buildings were handed over to the Old City's Islamic trusteeship during the British Mandate, which rented them to members of the African community as many served as guards and servants to the Al Aqsa Mosque. Despite these deep roots to the area, some Palestinians still refer to them with a local derogatory term "abeed" (Arabic for "slaves") and to their neighbourhood as "habs al-abeed" (the slaves' prison). Many do not enjoy the same access to education as other Palestinians. Standing under posters of the late Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat and Nelson Mandela, Mousa Qous - Director of the African Community Society in the Old City - explains: "The rate of education in the African community is not as high as the Palestinian and there are only very few, you can count them, only very few people who were able to reach or obtain a high degree." You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/e2fc3c7e2cf7ff46742bb1bcabd5e31d Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Settlers fight with Israeli soldiers on illegal settlement
1. Israeli policemen and soldiers surrounding settlers 2. Soldiers dragging settlers away 3. Women soldiers struggling with women settlers 4. Women settlers crowded into container 5. Settlers taunting policemen 6. Smoke rising from field set on fire 7. Settlers and police fighting 8. Injured settler being taken on stretcher 9. Various of soldiers scuffles with policemen and soldiers 10. Settler youths being lowered from roof 11. Boy settler bleeding from hand 12. More of settlers being dragged away 13. Soldiers fighting with settler on top of lorry STORYLINE: For the third time in four days, hundreds of Jewish settlers fought with Israeli security forces at the illegal Havat Gilad outpost near the West Bank city of Nablus. Settlers burned tyres and threw bottles at security forces in an effort to keep them away, but police eventually moved in, dragging away the kicking and screaming protesters. Some settlers suffered minor injuries. Eventually, several hundred members of the security forces locked elbows and formed a ring around the last two remaining structures, a pair of shipping containers, while a welder cut them apart. The protesters stood outside the ring, chanting and singing. Similar confrontations took place on Saturday night and in the predawn hours of Thursday, as the security forces cleared the hilltop, only to have the settlers return. The forced removal, part of a new government policy supported by Defence Minister Binyamin Ben Eliezer, is causing a rift within the ruling coalition. Prime Minister Sharon had harsh words during Sunday morning's cabinet meeting for settlers who engage in acts of violence against the security forces. Havat Gilad, one of dozens of illegal outposts that have cropped up over the past few years, was established a year ago by the family of a settler who was shot dead by Palestinian militants nearby. Palestinians want all settlements removed in order to build a future state in the West Bank and Gaza. Palestinians say the settlements are illegal under international law since they are built on land Israel captured during the 1967 Middle East war. Ben-Eliezer announced this month that the illegal outposts would be dismantled. Of 30 slated for evacuation, 20 have already been taken down. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/e4b2ad0f7d0f2b73235538ac8582372d Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Chaos as Palestinians try to get to Jerusalem for prayers
SHOTLIST Palestinian side of "300 crossing" between Bethlehem and Jerusalem, West Bank 1. Wide of hundreds of Palestinians gathered at crossing 2. Mid of soldier on jeep blocking way for people to pass 3. Wide of people standing opposite soldiers 4. Zoom-out from soldiers pushing people back 5. Old man arguing with soldier 6. Mid of people arguing with soldiers 7. Mid of people passing through checkpoint 8. Mid of woman in crowd shouting 9. Mid of soldiers pulling old woman from crowd to jeep 10. People and soldiers helping people who fell on ground 11. Soldiers helping women getting up 12. Soldiers gathered around Palestinian man; soldier pouring water over his head 13. Soldier pushing man 14. Soldier helping woman down from jeep 15. Wide of crowd gathered at checkpoint Palestinian side of Qalandiya checkpoint between Jerusalem and Ramallah, West Bank 16. Soldiers holding man walking trough barriers; soldiers leaning on police barriers 17. Soldiers standing opposite crowd; few people passing 18. Mid of soldiers standing opposite crowd 19. Mid of soldier pushing man 20. Mid of soldier holding club shouting 21. Pan left to crowd at checkpoint 22. Soldiers pushing men and shooting in the air, UPSOUND gunfire 23. Smoke rising near people, UPSOUND gunfire 24. Various of soldiers pushing people at checkpoint STORYLINE Thousands of Palestinians thronged military checkpoints on the outskirts of Jerusalem on Friday, trying to reach a major Muslim shrine in the city for Ramadan prayers despite an Israeli army closure. Israeli troops in jeeps, on foot and horseback were deployed at crossing points from the West Bank into Jerusalem to control the crowds trying to get to the Al Aqsa Mosque, Islam's third-holiest site, before the Muslim holy month of Ramadan draws to a close next week. At the southern "300 checkpoint" near Bethlehem, Palestinians, many of them elderly, pushed up against Israeli police lines set up near the separation barrier, causing few people to fall on the ground. Soldiers shouted at people to get back, allowing only a small number to pass through the crossing. At the Qalandia checkpoint north of Jerusalem, harried troops waved clubs, shouted and occasionally used stun grenades as tempers flared and frustrated Palestinians surged toward the roadblock. One elderly man fainted, and was treated by an army medic on the scene. No serious injuries were reported. Friday prayers at Al Aqsa regularly draw thousands of worshippers, and crowds are bigger than usual during Ramadan. Around 135,000 filled the mosque compound in Jerusalem's Old City on Friday, and prayers ended with no disturbances, police said. Israel clamped a closure on the West Bank last week, barring Palestinians from entering Israel, citing concern of possible attacks during the seven-day Jewish festival of Sukkot. The festival ended on Thursday, but the closure was slated to end only Saturday night, the military said. Despite the closure, Israeli police had orders to let in West Bank men over the age of 50 and women over 40, an Israeli police spokesman said. More than 3,000 Israeli police were stationed around Jerusalem's Old City to keep order during the prayers, he said. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/1caa78881633d598f9b71db4296f6f0d Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Khazarian Israeli officer kicked a Muslim man while he was praying (Friday, 14 July 2017) outside Al-Aqsa, 3 killed. . A video share by Al-Jazeera shows an Israeli soldier kicking a Palestinian man offering Friday afternoon prayer. In the footage, a man have been seen holding prayers outside Al-Aqsa Mosque compound and as he kneed on a mat, an Israeli officer kicked him from behind. . The main weekly prayers on Fridays at Al-Aqsa mosque compound typically draw largest number of worshippers-typically thousand. Tensions rose and protests erupted over new security measures at al-Aqsa Mosque compound. . The Israeli ministers decided to barred Muslim men under 50 from prayer and not to order the removal of metal detectors erected at entrances, a move, Palestinians charging as an Israeli attempt to claim further control over the site. . Worshippers have been refusing to enter due until they removed the metal detectors. The measures have sparked clashes between worshippers and Israeli police that fired tear gas, live ammunition, and rubber-coated bullets and also thrash them following Muslim Friday prayers. . At least three Palestinians and many were getting treated for their injuries. The Palestinians who were killed in clashes was an 18-year-old Muhammad Mahmoud Sharf from Silwan, 20-year-old Mohammad Abu Ghannam and 17-year-old Mohammad Lafi. The controversy has resonated beyond Israel and the Palestinian territories, with the United States and the UN Middle East envoy expressing concern. . ******************* Don't forget to subscribe or follow #IndoCropCircles, IT'S FREE. . ╰▶ Subscribe: http://youtube.com/user/IndoCropCircles2 ╰▶ Like: http://fb.com/IndoCropCirclesOfficial ╰▶ Follow: http://twitter.com/IndoCropCircles ╰▶ Go to: http://IndoCropCircles.com ╰▶ Download : http://kbagi.com/IndoCropCircles ╰▶ Listen: http://soundcloud.com/IndoCropCircles ╰▶ - the truth - *******************
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Palestinian protesters clash with Israeli soldiers, E Jerus prayers
(6 Mar 2009) SHOTLIST Burin, Near Nablus 1. Wide of Palestinians marching towards area where they claim Israeli army is confiscating lands for settlers 2. Various of march, Palestinians waving flags and chanting 3. Pan from Israeli soldiers to protest 4. Soldiers firing tear gas towards protesters 5. Tear gas rising, protesters dispersing 6. Group of Israeli soldiers standing by vehicles, firing more tear gas 7. Close of protester shouting 8. Jewish settlers approaching protest 9. Tear gas canisters exploding, pan to protesters and soldiers 10. Zoom out of protesters helping injured man to wide of soldiers nearby AUDIO tear gas exploding 11. Mid of Jewish settler recording protest on mobile phone, pan to other settlers standing with soldiers 12. Tear gas canister exploding amidst group of Palestinian protesters, who run away AUDIO explosions 13. Protester lying on ground, tear gas exploding around him 14. Zoom in on another protester helping the man off the ground Shuafat, East Jerusalem 12. Imam praying in front of other worshippers 13. Palestinians praying on road Silwan, East Jerusalem 14. Pan of mass prayer in Palestinian neighbourhood, crowd kneeling 15. Pan from houses of Silwan to people gathered for prayer at tent STORYLINE: Some two hundred Palestinians held a protest in Burin, near the West Bank town of Nablus, after Friday prayers. The Palestinian demonstrators arrived in the area to protest against what they say is a land grab by the Israel for future Jewish settlements. Palestinian eyewitnesses said one Palestinian was injured from tear gas fired by the Israeli soldiers. They also said that Jewish settlers arrived on the scene and started confronting the Palestinian protestors, eventually chasing them away. The Israeli army said that Palestinian protestors were approaching a nearby settlement called Bracha and the soldiers had to disperse them. Meanwhile in East Jerusalem, police were on high alert as Friday prayers took place in the Palestinian neighbourhood of Silwan, where 88 Palestinian houses built without permit were slated for demolition causing outrage in the local community. But the prayers in Silwan and in the refugee camp of Shuafat - also in East Jerusalem - took place quietly and no disturbances were reported. The future of Jerusalem remains the most contentious issue in one of the world's most intractable conflicts - its Palestinian residents yearn for the east of the city to be a future capital of an independent state, but for now simply staying in the family home has become a paramount struggle for some. Silwan, a ramshackle neighbourhood, sits atop a site Israelis call the "City of David", named for the biblical monarch who ruled a Jewish kingdom from the spot 3,000 years ago. Jews consider the site an essential link to their ancient history, and the government has designated it an archaeological park. But the park's expansion is prevented by the Arab homes. Arab residents acknowledge they lack building permits, but say they owned the land before Israel occupied East Jerusalem in the 1967 Six Day War. The United Nations and bulk of the international community does not recognise Israel's control of East Jerusalem. They consider the demolition orders an attempt to diminish their presence in the capital of a hoped-for Palestinian state. Israeli Prime Minister-designate Benjamin Netanyahu opposes the creation of a Palestinian state alongside Israel and supports the expansion of Israeli settlements on war-won land claimed by the Palestinians, including the West Bank and east Jerusalem. Coalition talks are still underway. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/d90710c3f8ac2e5306117e7703b976bb Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Israeli Jews on the Al-Aqsa compound/Temple Mount
Israeli Jews enter the Temple Mount/Al-Aqsa compound, provoking angry chants of Allahu Akbar from Muslims
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Repressive and disproportionate force exerted by Israeli military in H1 Hebron
As tensions continue to rise surrounding heightened closures, restrictions, and attacks to Palestinian's right to worship at Al Aqsa mosque in Jerusalem, the killing of Palestinian teenager Hadeel in Hebron, the fatal shooting of an Israeli couple on a settler road near Nablus, and the recent stabbings in Jerusalem's Old City, clashes continue relentlessly in Hebron. Clashes have been daily at Bab iz Zaweyeh, with a day of respite yesterday. The 'normality' of the complete abnormality of this illegal and repressive military occupation is clear in this video. While injuries are sustained from the torrent of rubber-coated steel bullets fired by the Israeli military - into what is usually a busy market square - onlookers stand by as their shops have no choice but to close, some continue with their work - cleaning the streets, selling their vegetables - and some continue to try and drive their cars through the roads in this area of H1 (supposedly PA-controlled area of Hebron). Clashes began with small to teenage boys throwing stones at the towering checkpoint 56 which separates one Palestinian neighborhood from another. These are boys living under occupation, expressing anger and rage at being occupied by one of the most powerful military's in the world, even in the small sections of West Bank that are supposedly under the control of the PA. In response, Israeli forces began by firing rubber-coated steel bullets into crowds, which include small to teenage boys throwing stones, those going about their shopping, their work or their journey home. Two Palestinians were injured immediately, shown in this video. Israeli forces soon also threw stun grenades into the square as they later left the checkpoints and rooftops to occupy the streets, and roll a burning tire away from the checkpoint. As the streets began to clear, with many in the busy market place leaving, some moving to the sides, and the arrival of the Palestinian press, Israeli forces continued to fire rubber-coated steel bullets, moving further into the streets of H1 Hebron, and occupying a makeshift barricade from which snipers were crouched behind. Meanwhile, Israeli soldiers began to illegally check the ID of those driving cars in their streets, while threateningly pointing live ammunition at drivers, also shown in this video. Teargas followed later, reaching even to the CPT apartment, approximately half a km away from Bab iz Zaweyeh. Clashes appear only just now - at 8:15pm to have subsided - having began at approximately 2pm.
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انتهاك اعرضات امهات المسلمين Israel Solider Attack Muslims
This Is Another Video to show you, how Israel Solider deal with Plastanian women, It is Big SHAME We All Human
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Al-Aqsa: Israel Will Not Remove Metal Detectors
Israel will not remove metal detectors whose installation outside a major Jerusalem mosque has triggered the bloodiest confrontations with the Palestinians in years. Instead, the zionist regime, on Sunday, installed new security cameras at the entrance of the Al-Aqsa mosque. The two new security cameras were placed above Israeli metal detectors at Jerusalem old city's lions gate, which leads to the mosque's compound. The move came as Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan stressed that the Muslim world will not remain silent amid ongoing violations at the Al-Aqsa mosque compound. Speaking before heading to Saudi Arabia, Erdogan urged Israeli security forces to avoid using violence and act in line with international law and fundamental human values. Sweden, france and egypt, on Saturday asked the United Nations Security Council, UNSC to meet regarding tensions surrounding the mosque. The three countries, all current members of the council, requested the UNSC to urgently discuss how calls for de-escalation in Jerusalem can be supported. No official announcement has been made but the council is expected to address the request Monday.
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The Deadly Crisis Over Jerusalem's Holy Site Rages On (HBO)
Fighting between Palestinian protesters and Israeli police continued in East Jerusalem last night, in the deadliest violence the city has seen in more than two years. Palestinian protests started Monday night in Jerusalem despite Israel’s surprise announcement that metal detectors recently installed outside Al-Aqsa Mosque would be immediately removed, a decision that dismayed supporters of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and relieved those who’d warned of a full-blown regional conflict if they remained in place. Subscribe to VICE News here: http://bit.ly/Subscribe-to-VICE-News Check out VICE News for more: http://vicenews.com Follow VICE News here: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/vicenews Twitter: https://twitter.com/vicenews Tumblr: http://vicenews.tumblr.com/ Instagram: http://instagram.com/vicenews More videos from the VICE network: https://www.fb.com/vicevideo
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Minor scuffles between police and protesters over Jerusalem excavations
SHOTLIST 1. Various of scuffles between Palestinians and Israeli police outside Damascus Gate 2. Israeli policemen on horses blocking crowd 3. Crowd of people arriving at prayers chanting at gate calling for protection of Al Aqsa mosque 4. Close-up of man chanting 5. Close-up of Israeli policeman, pan to crowd walking 6. People waiting to enter alley leading to mosque 7. Wide shot of parked coaches 8. Wide shot of ramp with Great Dome of the Rock in the background 9. SOUNDBITE: (English) Micky Rosenfeld, Israeli Police Spokesman: "This morning in Jerusalem and in East Jerusalem there will be 3,000 police officers, border police and different units patrolling and carrying out security measures in order to prevent any disturbances from taking place. As far as we're concerned, after assessing the situation late last night, we're hoping that today things will be quiet." 10. Israeli policemen walking past camera 11. High shot of people arriving for prayers at Al Aqsa mosque 12. Wide shot of ramp at compound with Great Dome of the Rock in the background STORYLINE Israeli police were preparing for another potentially tense Friday in Jerusalem, a week after fierce clashes erupted during Muslim prayers, aggravated by anger over disputed Israeli construction work. Israel police forces deployed 3000 policemen in the area surrounding the Al Aqsa mosque compound, said police spokesman Micky Rosenfeld. Friday prayers at the site, attended by thousands of Muslims every week, have often been a flashpoint for clashes in the past. But after a security assessment, Rosenfeld said police were "hoping that today things will be quiet." Israeli authorities plan to replace a centuries-old ramp damaged in a 2004 snowstorm, and have promised the work would not damage the Islamic compound about 60 metres (yards) away. But the work has sparked days of violent protests by the Arab world and revived Muslim fears that Israel is plotting to undermine the foundations of the Islamic holy sites there. When complete, the walkway is supposed to take visitors to the Mughrabi Gate, a medieval-era entranceway that opens onto a plaza around the intricate mosaic walls and golden cap of the Dome of the Rock. Israel on Thursday began operating live Internet cameras at the site, and agreed to a Turkish request to inspect the work, in a response to intense criticism from the Muslim world. The Israeli government hoped the live pictures would put fears to rest, demonstrating that the excavations are well outside the wall in front of the Al Aqsa mosque compound, Islam's third-holiest site. The deeply emotional dispute over the site, known to Jews as the Temple Mount and to Muslims as the Noble Sanctuary, has triggered violence in the past and scuttled several attempts at peace between Israel and the Palestinians. In the week since the work began, there have been some small protests at the site, with Palestinians shouting and throwing rocks at police. The Old City hilltop compound is believed to be the site where the Prophet Muhammad ascended to heaven. Jews venerate the compound as the site of their biblical temples, and one of its outer walls - known as the Western Wall - is the holiest site in Judaism. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/642651ed202718c2a5446feb1647c4a1 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Palestinian describes murder of Palestinian student on his graduation by Israeli soldier!
During a tour of the Old City of Jerusalem we passed the home of a Palestinian boy who was shot in the head by an Israeli solider on his graduation. He was 20 years old and named Mohammed Sanouklah. As you can hear, the cold blooded murder of this boy happened only two weeks ago near the Old City of Jerusalem and in a time when there is supposed to be a ceasefire in place! The Old City of Jerusalem and surrounding areas has both Palestinians and Jewish settlers living in close proximity. The whole of the Old City and surrounding areas are under the control of Israeli Defense Soldiers, under the authority of the Israeli government were they run riot, shoot, attack and terrorize the Palestinians residents. our guide is Palestinian and she was spat on by a Jewish settler during this tour. The most recent unprovoked attack only a few days ago occurred when Israeli soldiers barred Palestinian residents from praying inside their local mosque, al Aqsa mosque. The soldiers then attacked the mosque with tear gas. They have been four murders of Palestinians in the passed two months in the Old City of Jerusalem alone and yet none of these soldiers have been investigated nor have these murders been shown on our main stream media.
Views: 84 Chandni Chopra
Eid celebrations in Gaza and Jerusalem
Jerusalem 1. Various of people heading to the mosque 2. Israeli policemen watching crowd 3. Men handing out holiday gifts 4. Children looking at holiday gifts 5. Various of crowds inside 'Temple Mount' compound 6. Israeli policemen watching crowd 7. Crowds in the mosque compound 8. Mosque framed by arches 9. Men walking to mosque 10. Young boys in fancy dress with toy guns 11. Large crowd outside al-Aqsa mosque 12. Various of men and boys praying in mosque courtyard 13. Men and boys bending over in prayer Gaza City 14. Fairground beside empty street 15. Various of children taking turns on rides 12. SOUNDBITE: (Arabic) Walla Abu Baker, local girl: "Its good that they left Gaza and we are free now. The Eid will be more beautiful we wish they will leave the West Bank and other countries like they left Gaza and stop killing martyrs." 13. Young girls wearing new clothes for holiday 14. Girl watching ride STORYLINE: Muslims throughout the Middle East marked the end of the fasting month of Ramadan on Thursday morning with prayers, visits to cemeteries and festive meals. The celebrations, called Eid al-Fitr, last three days and are a time for family get-togethers, and exchanging gifts. In Jerusalem, thousands of people converged on the Old City to pray at the al-Aqsa mosque, one of Islam's holiest sites. The mosque was filled to capacity and many lined up in ranks to pray in the surrounding courtyard and gardens. Lots of young children came in fancy dress; military outfits and guns being the most popular among boys. It's a tradition that children receive new clothes and shoes for Eid al-Fitr. In Gaza the streets filled with children who queued for turns on funfair rides and donkey rides. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/640a61907ff95c729aaab1aee134c418 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Scuffles as Israeli army force 3 Palestinian families out of home
SHOTLIST : 1. Wide shot of house with Israeli army and villagers surrounding it. 2. Villagers arguing with soldiers 3. Soldiers surrounding the house 4. Israeli tanks next to a Red Crescent ambulance 5. Israeli tanks 6. Soldiers seated on roof of house 7. Israeli flag on the roof of the house with a soldiers standing guard 8. Villagers arguing with solders 9. Wide Shot of house with flag and soldiers STORYLINE : Israeli soldiers used tanks to force three Palestinian families out of their two-storey home in the village of Nabi Salah, north of Ramallah on Sunday. The soldiers commandeered the building to create a military post. Upset residents scuffled with the soldiers and at least eight people were injured - two of them critically. The severely injured were women, one of whom was two months pregnant. Army officials claimed that the post was necessary after repeated sniper fire on the nearby Jewish settlement of Halamish could be traced to the village Residents of the village claim that a complete curfew has been placed on Nabi Salah, which lies in Area B, the term used for areas under full Israeli security control. The Israeli army did not comment on the curfew. During the last ten months of violence in the region 510 Palestinians and 121 Israelis have been killed. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/87e853c988857068e72c290b77b56f34 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Funerals for 4 militants killed when Israeli army opened fire on their vehicle
SHOTLIST 1. Wide of Palestinian man's body being taken out of morgue - draped in Palestinian flag 2. Wide of Palestinian man's body being taken out of morgue - draped in a Hezbollah flag 3. Various of funeral procession, UPSOUND: chanting 4. Wide of mourners around bodies 5. Woman crying over body 6. Woman wailing and screaming 7. Mourners crying over body 8. Woman wailing and screaming, surrounded by mourners 9. Wide of funeral procession 10. Various of women crying at funeral 11. Mid shot of man holding yellow Hezbollah and black Islamic Jihad flags 12. Wide top shot of crowd at funeral STORYLINE The Islamic Jihad commander, Mohammed Shehadeh, and three other gunmen killed by Israel were buried on Thursday in the West Bank town of Bethlehem. Hundreds of Palestinians took part in a funeral procession for Shehadeh, commander of Islamic Jihad in the Bethlehem area, and the three other militants who were killed when Israeli troops opened fire on a car on Wednesday in the West Bank. Israeli undercover forces opened fire on the car carrying Shehadeh. The Israeli military said the Islamic Jihad commander planned suicide bombings that killed dozens of Israelis. Shehadeh's body was wrapped in a yellow Hezbollah flag, which some interpret as a sign of the growing influence of the Lebanese Shiite militant group among Palestinians. Israel is likely to be concerned over any influence by Hezbollah in the occupied West Bank, since the area - controlled in part by Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas - is viewed as relatively calm in comparison to Hamas-controlled Gaza. Tensions between Hezbollah and Israel's government have always run high, escalating significantly after Israel's 34-day Lebanon war in the summer of 2006 in which many observers judged Hezbollah the victors in its ground hostilities with the Israeli army. Palestinian security officials confirmed on Wednesday, that the dead included Shehadeh, two other members of Islamic Jihad and a member to the Al Aqsa Martyrs Brigades, a violent offshoot of Abbas' Fatah. Israeli security forces said that a dozen rockets and three mortars were fired into southern Israel, late on Wednesday and early on Thursday. The latest round of clashes came shortly after the leader of the Hamas in the Gaza Strip, Ismail Haniyeh, called for a cease-fire with Israel, highlighting the fragility of efforts to move Israel and Gaza's Hamas rulers towards an informal truce. Among his conditions for the truce was a halt to Israeli military operations in the West Bank. In the past, Gaza militants have claimed the right to retaliate against Israel for its operations in the West Bank. Egypt and the United States have been trying to broker an agreement to stop daily rocket fire from Gaza into Israel and halt Israeli incursions and airstrikes in Gaza. For several days, violence had significantly dropped, however, the renewed West Bank clashes threw the deal into doubt. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/e832eb7444a503182abfcf8684c9b153 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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WRAP Israeli army moves in, aftermath pix, Israeli reaction, Yassin reaction, bodies
NIGHT SHOTS Gaza 1. Wide shot Gaza city, zoom in - AUDIO explosion 2. Wide shot Gaza city - AUDIO gunfire in background NIGHT SHOTS Gaza 3. Mid shot masked Palestinian gunmen, members of Al Aqsa Brigade, walking through street 4. Pan of injured man being carried into hospital 5. Mid shot injured man on bed, surrounded by doctors NIGHT SHOTS Gaza 6. Pan from mosque to exterior of demolished home 7. Various of interior of raided house 8. SOUNDBITE: (Arabic) Palestinian boy: "They beat my dad up then they shot him in the head and put a hole in it (NOTE - Boy points to head to show location of wound)." DAY SHOTS Gaza 9. Various of destroyed buildings and houses in Shajaiyeh streets 10. Various of people looking through rubble 11. Set up shot Hamas spiritual leader Sheik Ahmed Yassin 12. SOUNDBITE: (Arabic) Sheik Ahmed Yassin, Spiritual leader of Hamas: ROUGH TRANSLATION "The Israeli enemy has lost its mind. They are like an angry bull. It's following a policy of destroying houses - when people are inside, also destroying a school with its furniture which means they have no morality." 13. Pan exterior of building (school run by Sheik Ahmed Yassin) 14. Various men clearing up interior of school (broken furniture, books on floor) 15. Various people outside destroyed building near school 16. Child playing in the rubble Gaza 17. Men in car carrying PFLP (Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine) flags driving through street 18. High shot body body being carried out of Shifa hospital by crowd 19. Mid shot more bodies being carried out 20. Various crowd walking with bodies as they are carried through street Jerusalem 21. SOUNDBITE: (English) Captain Sharon Feingold, Army Spokeswoman: "I have no knowledge that Palestinian innocent civilians were killed in this operation. We search every house before we blow it up, to make sure there are no innocent civilians, and then we blow it up". 22. Feingold walking through office STORYLINE: Eleven Palestinians were killed and 25 wounded when Israeli tanks invaded Gaza City. Among the dead was a suicide bomber who attacked a tank, Palestinians said on Wednesday. The deaths were the result of clashes between Israeli troops and Palestinian militants and security forces in the streets of Gaza City during the night. The Israeli army says it was targetting Palestinian metal workshops that manufacture mortars and rockets, which Hamas militants fire at Israeli targets. However, Israeli troops also destroyed several homes and damaged a school. Electricity was cut to much of Gaza City, the largest Palestinian city with some 300-thousand residents. The Israeli forces withdrew at around 5 a.m. (0200 GMT), about six hours after some 40 tanks charged into the city's Shajaiyeh neighborhood. Army spokeswoman Captain Sharon Feingold said: "I have no knowledge that Palestinian innocent civilians were killed in this operation. We search every house before we blow it up, to make sure there are no innocent civilians, and then we blow it up". Hamas' spiritual leader Sheik Ahmed Yassin said: "the Israeli enemy has lost its mind. They are like an angry bull." The Israeli media have predicted the army will carry out a series of operations aimed at Hamas, though it is not expected to reoccupy the coastal territory, where more than 1 million Palestinians and about 7-thousand Jewish settlers live. In the overnight fighting, seven of the Palestinians killed were militants or members of the security forces, and four were civilians, according to Palestinian hospitals. It was the highest death toll in a single Israeli operation since January 26, when 12 Palestinians were killed in an Israeli invasion in another part of Gaza City. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/9e751fd1ea1f10dffe5c12d2fe6e703f Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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People should know that Israel is at war and surrounded by Islam Jihadists. The Israel Defense Forces used a lot of restraint on dispersing the female Muslim protestors by only using tear gas and smoke bombs..., which do not kill or injure like Muslim women do when they blow themselves up in public places or check points in different areas of Israel!! Any one of those women could have been a suicide bomber wearing a bomb belt. GOD BLESS ISRAEL! ISRAEL IS FOREVER! Psalms 122:6  ¶Pray for the peace of Jerusalem: they shall prosper that love thee. Psalms 135:21  Blessed be the LORD out of Zion, which dwelleth at Jerusalem. Praise ye the LORD. JESUS IS COMING TO DEFEND ISRAEL. HE WILL DESTROY ALL OF THEIR ENEMIES Ezekiel 38:18  And it shall come to pass at the same time when Gog shall come against the land of Israel, saith the Lord GOD, that my fury shall come up in my face. 19  For in my jealousy and in the fire of my wrath have I spoken, Surely in that day there shall be a great shaking in the land of Israel; 20  So that the fishes of the sea, and the fowls of the heaven, and the beasts of the field, and all creeping things that creep upon the earth, and all the men that are upon the face of the earth, shall shake at my presence, and the mountains shall be thrown down, and the steep places shall fall, and every wall shall fall to the ground. 21  And I will call for a sword against him throughout all my mountains, saith the Lord GOD: every man's sword shall be against his brother. 22  And I will plead against him with pestilence and with blood; and I will rain upon him, and upon his bands, and upon the many people that are with him, an overflowing rain, and great hailstones, fire, and brimstone. 23  Thus will I magnify myself, and sanctify myself; and I will be known in the eyes of many nations, and they shall know that I am the LORD.
Why Is Israel Restricting Access To The Temple Mount?
Check out Discovery GO – http://smart.link/57ae195b47796 Why Jerusalem Matters To Palestine & Israel https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UOfdE7ZfY3c » Subscribe to NowThis World: http://go.nowth.is/World_Subscribe The Temple Mount holds religious significance for Christian, Muslim and Jewish people. So why does Israel restrict access to the site? Learn More: Reuters: UNESCO Condemns Israel for Limits on Al-Aqsa Mosque Access http://www.reuters.com/article/us-israel-palestinians-unesco-idUSKCN0SF1RI20151021 The Economist: The Trouble at Temple Mount http://www.economist.com/blogs/economist-explains/2014/11/economist-explains-13 The Washington Post: Israel Blocks Jerusalem Holy Site Amid Rising Tensions After Activist Shot https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/middle_east/israel-blocks-jersusalem-holy-site-amid-rising-tensions-after-activist-shot/2014/10/30/a86dbe1a-6020-11e4-91f7-5d89b5e8c251_story.html Music Track Courtesy of APM Music: "Mental Health" More from NowThis: » Subscribe to NowThis News: http://go.nowth.is/News_Subscribe NowThis World is dedicated to bringing you topical explainers about the world around you. Each week we’ll be exploring current stories in international news, by examining the facts, providing historical context, and outlining the key players involved. We’ll also highlight powerful countries, ideologies, influential leaders, and ongoing global conflicts that are shaping the current landscape of the international community across the globe today. Like NowThis World on Facebook: https://go.nowth.is/World_Facebook Connect with Judah: Follow @judah_robinson on Twitter – Facebook: http://go.nowth.is/LikeJudah Connect with Versha: Follow @versharma on Twitter – Facebook: http://go.nowth.is/LikeVersha http://www.youtube.com/nowthisworld Written by: Jules Suzdaltsev Edited by: Alex Estevez Produced by: Cailyn Bradley, Semany Gashaw & Lauren Ellis
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Al Aqsa Brigade claims responsibility for bomb
1. Armed Al-Aqsa Martyr Brigade members walking in streets of Jenin 2. Various of armed group walking in streets 3. SOUNDBITE (Arabic) Zakaria Zubeida, Head of Al-Aqsa Martyr Brigades in northern Samaria area: "Al-Aqsa Martyr brigades take the responsibility for the excellent heroic act that occurred in the heart of the Zionist enemy. We put an explosive device at the enter of Tel Aviv, killed 2 (later one fatality was confirmed) and injured 20, according to the Zionist enemy. The group of the martyr Nader Abu-Leil carried out this courageous act in revenge for the killing of our martyrs." 4. Zakaria Zubeida talking on mobile phone, surrounded by group members STORYLINE The Al Aqsa Martyrs' Brigades, a violent Palestinian group linked to Yasser Arafat's Fatah faction, claimed responsibility for Sunday's attack on a Tel Aviv bus stop which killed a female soldier and seriously wounding at least five people. In all 32 people were hurt. Speaking to APTN from the West Bank town of Jenin, one of the group's leaders, Zakaria Zubeida, said the attack was in revenge for the deaths of members killed by Israel. Palestinian officials condemned the attack. "We are against all bombings like this," said Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/a28d0d33cabd92a5dce92e06343303e9 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Bomb clean up, Rabbo comment, al Aqsa funeral
Bethlehem 1. Various of mourners marching through streets at funeral for Al Aqsa member 2. Body being carried through street 3. Wide of procession 4. Closer of marchers 5. Body of Walid Sbeh on hospital gurney being kissed by mother surrounded by mourners and press Ramallah 6. Set up shot Yasser Abed Rabbo 7. SOUNDBITE: (English) Yasser Abed Rabbo, Palestinan Minister for Information "The Palestinian Authority condemns the suicide attack in Jerusalem today. We consider that this attack because it is directed against civilians is a crime and the only one who benefits from such crimes is Sharon and his government because he wants use pretexts in order to prevent the beginning of any substantial peace process. Sharon is against a Palestinian state. Sharon is against withdrawal from Jerusalem. Sharon is against freezing settlements. Sharon is with building isolation, areas for the Palestinian people and establishing an apartheid system. These attacks will help in one thing, in covering these crimes committed by Sharon." Jerusalem 8. Workers at scene of bus bombing 9. Car after blast 10. Wide shot of scene, zoom in to bags of debris 11. Municipal workers cleaning area inside bus 12. SOUNDBITE: (English) Israeli woman crying near scene "We went to the patio and all of a sudden we saw smoke. She said it was a bomb, it was a bomb. I told my guest there was a bomb come down - nothing. We saw the ambulance, we saw the helicopter and we started running. And we don't what happened. We came here just to see and to feel what the people are feeling, it is very sad, we have to stop these things. Someway, some place. Because we live here, we have family here, we visit here. But this has to be stopped - I can't even talk." 13. Bags with debris zoom out to wideshot of aftermath scene." STORYLINE: A crowd numbering several hundreds accompanied the coffin of Walid Sbeh through Bethlehem to the cemetery on Tuesday morning. Sbeh, a member of the Al Aqsa Martyrs Brigades militia, was shot dead by Israeli snipers in the West Bank village of El Khader on Monday evening while he was sitting in his car. Israeli military sources, speaking on condition of anonymity, said Sbeh had organized suicide attacks in Israel. He was given a funeral with full military honours, in recognition for his service in the Palestinian preventive security apparatus. Men in uniform fired shots in the air as the funeral procession made its way through the streets and the crowd shouted for his death to be avenged. Meanwhile, a Palestinian man detonated nail-studded explosives on a Jerusalem city bus crowded with high school students and office workers, killing himself and 19 passengers in the deadliest suicide attack in the hard-hit city in six years. Forty people were wounded. The Islamic militant group Hamas claimed responsibility and identified the assailant as Mohammed al-Ghoul, 22, from the Al Faraa refugee camp near the West Bank city of Nablus. In Ramallah, the Palestinan Authority Information Minister Yasser Abed Rabbo condemned the attack saying that it would be used by Israel to avoid resolving the Palestinian land claims. At midday near the scene of the bus-bombing in southern Jerusalem, firemen and municipal workers cleaned up the remaining debris and hosed down the street. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/c9540ca8b0b5b2fd800b22ee869e1817 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Police, Muslim worshippers clash at disputed Jerusalem holy site
SHOTLIST Jerusalem 1. Various of Israeli police running into Old City towards Western Wall, AUDIO: explosions/gunfire Jerusalem 2. Muslim worshippers throwing stones inside mosque compound, tear gas being fired 3. Man praying in midst of clashes 4. Policemen firing tear gas at protesters, storming mosque 5. Various of clashes 6. Injured man being carried away on stretcher 7. Various of injured people being taken to ambulances Jerusalem 8. Security forces chasing protesters inside Old City 9. Various of injured man being placed on ground, receiving treatment Jerusalem 10. Policemen on horses 11. Wide of man lying on ground surrounded by police, zoom in 12. Israeli police leading men away 13. Mid of Palestinians behind gate, arguing to gain access to the Old City Hebron, West Bank 14. Various of boys throwing stones 15. Israeli soldier firing gun 16. Smoke rising from where soldier fired 17. Wide of Israeli soldiers and vehicle Jebaliya, Gaza Strip 18. Various of men and children marching 19. Women marching holding poster of Palestinian Prime Minister Ismail Haniyeh 20. SOUNDBITE: (Arabic) Nizar Rayan, Hamas leader: "This is a great danger. We can't remain silent in face of it. We must confront it. We ask God to unite the Palestinians, with their rifles and tunnels, to be able to clean the Al-Aqsa from the excavations." Nablus, West Bank 21. Women wearing white scarves marching along road holding posters 22. Top view of demonstration STORYLINE: Israeli police stormed one of Islam's holiest shrines after noon prayers on Friday, firing stun grenades and tear gas to disperse hundreds of Muslim worshippers who threw stones, bottles and rubbish in an eruption of outrage over contentious Israeli renovation work at a disputed holy site in Jerusalem's Old City. The clash came after days of mounting tensions over the work and raised concern that protests could spread to the West Bank and Gaza, as they did at the start of the second Palestinian intifada (uprising) in 2000. About two-hundred police streamed on to the hilltop compound known to Muslims as Haram al-Sharif (the Noble Sanctuary) and to Jews as the Temple Mount, to try to quell the violence, police said. As many as three-hundred protesters barricaded themselves inside the Al-Aqsa mosque at the compound, which is Islam's third-holiest site. Police were stationed near the mosque, but did not enter it. Witnesses said police hurled stun grenades and canisters of tear gas, and fired rubber bullets. Police denied firing rubber bullets. Seventeen protesters and 15 police officers were slightly injured, police said. Officers shut all of the Old City gates leading to the complex, and disconnected loudspeakers there that they said were being used to incite worshippers. The clashes erupted at the end of Friday prayers at the site, a culmination of recent fierce protests against news of Israeli construction work near the Islamic holy site. Israeli authorities have promised that the plan to replace a centuries-old ramp leading to the complex, which was damaged in a 2004 snowstorm, would not harm the holy site, about 60 metres (yards) away. But as work began earlier this week, it drew fierce protests in the Arab world, where many leaders accused Israel of plotting to harm Muslim holy sites. Police had been braced for possible riots during the prayers, a frequent flashpoint for clashes, deploying three-thousand officers around the city, about triple the usual number. In the alleys of the Old City, Palestinians pelted police with rocks, bottles and garbage. In the West Bank, youths hurled stones at Israeli security forces at a major checkpoint leading into Jerusalem, and in Hebron. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/0bb93213c118720556932dafa628a7ec Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Tisha b'Av: Violent Muslim Riots on Temple Mount
After spending days stockpiling rocks, Molotov cocktails, firecrackers, bricks and steel bars in the al aqsa mosque on the Temple Mount, in a premeditated attempt to attack policemen and Jewish worshipers on the morning of Tisha b'Av, with the intention of causing the police to close the Mount to Jews, the Muslim terrorists were surprised when a massive police force stormed the mosque and forced the mob back into the mosque where they were neutralized. A number of trouble makers were arrested. The Muslim claim that the Temple Mount is Islam's "third holiest site" is belied by this video footage. What nation or religion desecrates its own "holy site" by turning it into a weapons depot and intentionally trashing its contents, "holy books" and all? The second half of the video shows footage of Jewish worshipers commemorating the 9th of Av, the anniversary of the destruction of the Holy Temple 1,945 years ago. The Jews are surrounded by Muslims screaming , among other things, "death to the Jews" and "al aqsa (the Temple Mount) belongs to the Muslims." Jews on the Temple Mount are not allowed to pray or sing, or carry religious books or symbols, or wave a flag or even engage in silent meditation, despite the fact that the Temple Mount is Judaism's holiest site. Muslims on the Temple Mount, who play soccer, practice martial arts, hold summer camps, (in which sheikhs preach martyrdom (terror) to young children, hold Hamas ans ISIS rallies, harass and torment Jewish worshipers, have zero restrictions placed on them. This video was filmed and made public by the Israel police. Visit us: http://www.templeinstitute.org/ Like us on facebook: http://tinyurl.com/nmhhq8 Follow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/TempleInstitute More videos available on http://universaltorah.com Weekly Newsletter: http://is.gd/4BUvi 28 YEARS of the TEMPLE INSTITUTE SHOW YOUR SUPPORT: https://www.templeinstitute.org/donate.htm
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