The heavy handed response to protests by Israeli forces has given a boost to Palestinian resistance, which has been marred by divisions for years.
The violence was the latest in days of the worst such disturbances in Jerusalem since 2017, fuelled by a long-running bid by Jewish settlers to take over nearby Palestinian homes in Sheikh Jarrah.
Clashes at Islam's third holiest site and around occupied East Jerusalem, which wounded 205 Palestinians, came amid mounting anger over potential eviction of Palestinians from Sheikh Jarrah neighbourhood.
The Palestinian Red Crescent emergency service said 88 people were hospitalised while most of the wounded suffered injuries to the face and eyes caused by rubber bullets and shrapnel from stun grenades.
Thousands have filled the occupied East Jerusalem plaza, some waving Palestinian flags, after police permitted them access to the tiered entrance to Jerusalem's Old City.
Israeli forces hit Hamas positions early Saturday after it said three rockets were fired from the Gaza Strip.
Munir Anabtawi’s mother called the Israeli police asking them if they could help take her son to the hospital, but instead, they shot him multiple times.
A car carrying Anadolu Agency crew came under attack by ultra-Orthodox Jews in Mea Shearim neighbourhood in Jerusalem.
Using 3D modelling and open-source analysis, an investigation by research agency Forensic Architecture refutes the Israeli army’s claims that the 26-year-old Palestinian was justifiably killed.
Rania Elias of Yabous Cultural Centre and her husband Suhail Khoury, Director General of Edward Said National Conservatory of Music, arrested at home in Beit Hanina neighbourhood, police and a defence lawyer say.
A reminder of how Palestinian and black social movements have historically viewed their oppression as intertwined.
The Palestinians' official news agency Wafa identified the dead man as Eyad Hallak, a resident of the Wadi Joz neighbourhood of occupied East Jerusalem with special needs.
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