domingo, 2 de agosto de 2015

Two Palestinian teenagers die in clashes with Israeli army

A Hamas spokesman, Mushir al-Masri, said that "the Israeli enemy is showing that it is guilty of breaking all ceasefire agreements", warning that Hamas will respond.

The escalation of tension happens after a Palestinian baby died on Friday when his house was burned down by Israeli settlers.

Fears of a new cycle of violence has led the Israeli Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, to visit the hospital where they are hospitalized in very serious condition, the parents and brother of the child of 18 months.

Benjamin Netanyahu promised to "find those responsible and bring them to justice", asking if "cool things down" and that "joint struggle against terrorism and extremism".

The appeal did not go down too well with the President of the Palestinian Authority, Mahmoud Abbas, who announced that will be presented, this Saturday, a new dossier on "war crime" in the International Criminal Court.

On the other hand, several protesters took to the streets of the West Bank and the Gaza Strip with the slogan "revenge".

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