BEIRUT, LEBANON (3:35 P.M.) – An Israeli settler murdered a Palestinian teenager during the mass demonstration outside the Al-Aqsa Mosque, today, Maan News Agency reported this afternoon.

The Palestinian teenager was identified by local activists as Mohammad Sharif, 17, of Jerusalem.

Sharif is the first Palestinian murdered during the “Day of Rage for Al-Aqsa” – the perpetrator’s name has not been released yet.

In addition to the death of Sharif, many Palestinian activists have reported via social media that Israeli settlers have fired indiscriminate gunshots at their crowds.

Thousands of Palestinians, both Muslims and Christians, are taking part in the first Day of Rage for the Israeli closure of the holy Al-Aqsa Mosque.

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I highly doubt this very thin report, considering the fake news Masdar constantly spews about Israel. Is it safe to assume that the Palestinians were throwing rocks at Israelis, and they fired back in self-defence? That’s usually the explanation for these events.

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Do you really feel intelligent after saying such a thing?

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Do I feel intelligent being sceptical of constant, pro-Pally lies and being more inclined to believe the more reserved, rational side? Yes. Yes I do.

For instance, this whole Muslim mania is based upon metal detectors for Muslims. Non-Muslims already have to go through metal detectors to get to the Western Wall. No complaints, no problems. No targeting of Muslims, just security measures that are applied to other religious groups. See?

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“Sharif is the first Palestinian murdered during the “Day of Rage for Al-Aqsa”” => So, Abbas calls the Fakestinians to do a pogrom to protest the fact there are now metal detectors at the entry of the mosques plaza, so now they can’t get into the vicinity with guns to kill the security personnels and as they are here, eventually some other Jews. Thus, four our Lebanese friend Leith Fadel, if 2 Fakestinian kill a full Jewish family, including the 3 month old baby, like those who slaughtered the Fogels’, they surely must be heroes but had daddy Fogel slept… Read more »

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Stop, Muslims don’t like facts, it makes them look as wrong as they are.