Dead and wounded by attacks in Israel

Dead and wounded by attacks in Israel

World October 13, 2015 12:40

jerusalem - Again Israel in deaths and injuries to several outbursts of violence. Most victims died when two men in Jerusalem during the morning rush started shooting around and stabbing in a bus. According to the newspaper Haaretz attacked while two Israeli killed and eighteen wounded , eight of whom would be in bad shape.

A policeman opened fire on the attackers. According to Haaretz, were two men killed. Other media, including Sky News reported that one of the perpetrators is dead and the other was arrested.

Elsewhere in the capital drove a man at a bus stop waiting on people. The perpetrator then put it on his victims, with five wounded. Instead Ra'anana lit a Palestinian man any woman down the street. She was lightly wounded.

The long-standing tensions between Israelis and Palestinians in recent weeks again running high. Almost daily in Israel random civilians stabbed by Palestinian militants. At the same time flying around the Gaza Strip regularly projectiles over and over again. The Israeli air force bombed Sunday still targets of the militant group Hamas in Gaza. A house was hit, causing a Palestinian woman and her daughter were killed. Added the violence of the last two weeks, at least six Israelis and 27 Palestinians killed.

Main reason for the new wave of violence have been clashes between Jews and Palestinians at the Temple Mount in East Jerusalem. The al-Aqsa Mosque, which stands on the hill, is a sacred place for Muslims. The Temple Mount itself is that for Jews. Activision Tisch set Jews are the place recently became more visits.

Hamas paints that increase off as "an attempt by Jews to take over the al-Aqsa Mosque." Violence against Israeli civilians is therefore permissible, says the militant organization. According to Israel, the Temple Mount is open to everyone and it is precisely armed militants that endanger mosque in danger by trying to "turn into a battlefield."

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