Israeli Police Clash With Protesters at Jerusalem's Al-Aqsa Mosque

The Palestinian Red Crescent said its teams were dealing with “more than 180” injured people amid clashes between protesters and the Israel Police at Jerusalem’s Al-Aqsa Mosque on May 10.

Police were using tear gas, stun grenades and rubber-tipped bullets, witnesses told Haaretz.

Loud bangs can be heard in this video, and rising gas seen, as protesters hurl objects towards the police.

Over 300 Palestinians and at least 20 police officers were injured in clashes over the weekend.

Tensions have been heightened in Jerusalem this Ramadan, amid the possible eviction of several Palestinian families in the city’s eastern Shaikh Jarrah district. Credit: Wadi Hilweh Information Centre via Storyful

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