They are images that contrast with the videos and photos of the last day of the confrontation between Doomsday. The Israeli armed forces and the Palestinian organization Hamas -After the Sheikh Jarrah neighbourhood in Jerusalem was violently expelled by Palestinians.Dozens Jews and Arabs They took to the streets of northern Israel, fighting for peace.
Yes, the northern part of Israel is full of flowers, roses and posters, and the Jewish and Arab communities are united, calling on the Israeli people to unite. Stop fighting According to international intelligence, these people took the lives of at least 70 people, including minors.
▶Israeli Jews and Arabs sing for peace and protest the violent riots between Jews and Arabs. Since Monday, violent riots have destroyed several Israelis in Jish, a Jewish Arab town in northern Israel. Mixed city. pic.twitter.com/Fvx48kE5Ey
-LN24 (@LesNews24) May 13 2021
(“Israeli Jews and Arabs sang for peace and marched to protest the violent riots that have swept across several mixed-race Israeli cities in the Jewish city of Jish in northern Israel since Monday.”: @LesNews24).
Jews and Arabs march for peace in Israel
since Gush Halav until Carmel Mountain, Dozens of people took to the streets with posters and roses to protest the conflict between the Israeli army and Hamas.In a joint display between the communities, they sent things like “Arabs and Jews refuse to be enemies” Ø “What does hatred bring?”.
Some images are made by Agence France-Presse, News 24 Or shared on the Internet by journalists of Israeli citizens.
“We are brothers”, “causes of hatred”, “Arabs and Jews refuse to be enemies”, these are some of the messages expressed by Jesse in northern Israel today #AFP
-AFP (@AFPespanol) May 13 2021
“This is my photo today. Because of every possible means, 300 Jews and Arabs from the Mount Carmel region in the south gathered together to present flowers to this sad and violent day and place hope on the drivers.
A little hope full of decisiveness”Israeli writer and historian Fania Oz Salzberger tweeted
The same goes for Gush Halav. Arabs and Jews settled on public roads, sending flowers to motorists or passers-by, waiting for the authorities and leaders to listen. These voices do not have a separatist vision of division and discrimination Between communities.
Here are some photos of what happened on the afternoon of May 13th:
In terms of context, there is some information that can help us understand what is happening between Israel and Palestine:
last weekend, The historic Sheikh Jarrah barrio (Sheikh Jarrah barrio) -Located in the east of Jerusalem, an area occupied by the Palestinians and recognized in this way by the United Nations-The Israeli government expelled the country in the middle of a very important day for both Jews and Arabs: Muslim Night (Leylet el-Qadr ) And Jews commemorate Jerusalem Day.
Entrance Israeli police Sheikh Jarrah’s attempt to expel Arab families caused a reaction from Hamas and intensified the dispute between the organization and the Israeli government.
The government of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu concealed that the deportation was due to the recovery of Jewish property. however, The area has been recognized by international law Territory as occupied by Palestinian men and women.
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