RAMALLAH, Saturday, April 24, 2021 (WAFA) – Israeli police attacks against Palestinians in occupied East Jerusalem that have continued every night for 11 consecutive days were highlighted on the front page of the three Palestinian Arabic dailies published today.
Al-Quds daily said in a headline that went across the top of the front page with pictures below it that the toll of the Israeli occupiers and settlers’ attacks exceed 100 injuries and 50 arrests as the confrontation continues.
Al-Ayyam said also in a headline across the top of the front page with a picture that the occupation renews its oppression of the Jerusalemites, injuries and arrests, and area of the clashes expands.
The third daily, al-Hayat al-Jadida, had a three-word large size headline also went across the front page and said: “Palestine rises for its capital.”
It printed a large picture that took half of the front page of the Israeli police attacking Palestinians at the plaza of Damascus Gate outside Jerusalem’s old city.
The paper quoted Prime Minister Mohammad Shtayyeh saluting what he described as “the courage of our people in Jerusalem and their heroic stand against the settlers and soldiers of the occupation.”
Al-Quds said Shtayyeh condemned “the Israeli terrorism.”
It said people rallied in the West Bank and Gaza in support of the Palestinians in Jerusalem, and published Arab reaction to the events in Jerusalem.
Al-Ayyam said Jerusalem seemed like a war zone, as the US embassy warned its citizens to be careful while in Jerusalem.
It said Jordan called on Israel to stop the provocations and escalation in Jerusalem, and that the Israel minister of home security ignores “Jewish violence” in Jerusalem.
Al-Hayat al-Jadida said the Israeli army attacked the weekly protests in Beit Dajan and Kufr Qaddoum in the West Bank, as well as a protest in Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood of East Jerusalem.
It said a woman and her three children died in a fire in Surra village in the north of the West Bank.
The paper also reported on the weekly protest by Jaffa city’s Palestinian residents against evacuation of Arab homes in Ajami quarter.
Coronavirus at home and the world occupied space on the front page of the dailies, which said that 23 people died and 1440 new cases were recorded yesterday in the West Bank and Gaza Strip.