Violence struck again at around 4 a.m. on Sunday when a Palestinian from the East Jerusalem neighborhood of Issawiya stabbed and wounded a 15-year-old Jewish boy on a road outside the Old City, according to the police.
In this context, Nidal al-Bizri, the president of the Nablus Businessmen Forum, told Al-Monitor, “The Palestinian participation in the opening of such a hall amid the continuous Israeli attacks on Al-Aqsa Mosque looks like a hard decision for Palestinian businessmen”.
Supporters of the Israeli prime minister watched the speech from the wings of the United Nations General Assembly hall, bursting into applause when Netanyahu condemned the deal and vowed to ensure Iran didn’t obtain a nuclear weapon.
In an impassioned speech interspersed with bouts of dramatic silence, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Thursday condemned the Iran nuclear deal as empowering Tehran to spread further unrest in the Mideast while leaving the country capable of making an atomic bomb.
After two rockets were let go from Gaza towards Israel late on Sunday night, the Israeli Air Force reacted by focusing on dread foundation having a place with Hamas in the northern piece of the waterfront Palestinian region, the IDF Spokesperson’s Unit said.
“Unlike the Palestinians, Israel is closely safeguarding the status quo at the Temple Mount and is committed to continue and keep it, according to all the understandings between us and the Jordanians and the Waqf”, Netanyahu continued, using the Jewish name for the complex.