DAMASCUS, SYRIA (3:35 A.M)- More than 100 Palestinians have been wounded in clashes that have erupted throughout various locations within the West Bank, Gaza and Jerusalem.

400,000 plus protestors filled the streets in Gaza today, as Hamas reportedly fired two rockets at Israeli settlements. Israel, soon after Hamas attacked – to no avail, the rockets hitting open fields – bombed targets in the North-East of Gaza. The night prior to the Hamas rocket fire, Israel had fired sound bombs and intimidating flares, filling the skies in Gaza.

In the West Bank, large protests took place in Ramallah, Bethlehem, Nablus, Jenin and in various other villages/refugee camps.

Israeli occupation forces violently met the protestors using internationally banned tear gas, live ammunition, sound grenades, rubber coated steel bullets, as well as other life threatening military equipment.

Hamas have now called for a day of rage of the 8th of December, encouraging the youth of Palestine to rise up against their oppressors “through any means necessary”.

The PA have pulled out of the peace process, Mahmoud Abbas has rejected a meeting with US Vice President Mike Pence and Hamas are openly calling for a third intifada.

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