When the city was burning, Jerusalem became the site of a war: How it ended

Jerusalem was on fire. 

The city was under siege from Israeli forces and Palestinian fighters. 

As a result, Israel decided to end its siege of the city and allowed Palestinians to move in. 

Israel’s decision allowed for a surge of migrants and refugees from the region. 

However, as the war between Israel and Palestine escalated, Jerusalem also became a hotspot for violence. 

A month after Israel declared victory over the war, Israel struck at the Palestinian city of Khan Younis. 

Khan Younis is located on the northern edge of Jerusalem and was occupied by Israeli forces for decades. 

During the war that Israel declared its victory, Palestinians stormed the city to force Israel to withdraw from the area. 

In the ensuing war, an Israeli soldier was killed and another wounded by a Palestinian. 

But, after months of fighting and fighting between Israeli forces, a ceasefire was finally achieved and the war ended. 

At the time of the war’s end, Israeli forces had killed over 5,000 Palestinians, according to the United Nations, a number that was significantly higher than the Israeli casualty figure of 2,500. 

On April 27, Palestinians and Israeli forces continued fighting in the northern Israeli city of Nablus and the surrounding areas. 

According to Palestinian sources, at least 20 people were killed in the fighting in Nabluses alone. 

Later on, Israeli forces bombed the southern part of the Israeli city, killing at least 30 Palestinians. 

This resulted in the destruction of a number of homes and a number in Israeli army camps. 

Following the fighting, Israel began the process of evacuating the remaining Palestinian population in Nabs, including at least 500 families who were forced to flee from their homes. 

With this, Israel has since officially declared victory in the war against Hamas and its armed wing, the Islamic Jihad, which led to the destruction and displacement of over 2,000 homes and villages. 

While the majority of Palestinians who fled the conflict were civilians, some also took to the streets to express their anger and frustration at the Israeli occupation. 

One of the most prominent protests took place in front of the United States Embassy in Jerusalem on June 6, 2014. 

Many demonstrators were members of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine, a Palestinian organization that is considered by Israel to be a terrorist organization. 

It was during this time that a number of protesters gathered in front the embassy to demand that the US remove its embassy from Jerusalem. 

After a brief and violent confrontation with police officers, the protesters were able to escape, and they then proceeded to storm the US Embassy in Ramallah, where they briefly disrupted the embassy’s operation. 

Israeli police fired tear gas at the protesters and then killed several of them. 

Shortly thereafter, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu issued an official statement, calling on the United States to withdraw its embassy in Jerusalem and calling for a “thorough investigation” into the killing of the protester. 

“This attack on the U.S. embassy, in violation of international law, is completely unacceptable,” Netanyahu said. 

More: According to Palestinian sources, Israeli soldiers killed at least 25 Palestinians and injured more than 200 during the fighting. 

 The deaths of the demonstrators, and subsequent deaths of Palestinians in Israeli military operations in Nabi Saleh, and the attacks on Palestinian infrastructure and property are the result of Israel’s war crimes, according to the Palestinian Authority. 

Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas has said that Israel has committed war crimes and will never accept peace without a full and thorough investigation into the killings of protesters in Nabla and other places. 

He added that Israel is not a democracy, but a racist and colonialist regime. 

US President Donald Trump responded to Netanyahu’s statement on Twitter. 

‘No apology necessary’: Palestinian leader As Israeli soldiers continue to wage war against Palestinian civilians and Palestinian structures in Jerusalem, Palestinians are now asking US President Donald Trump to condemn Israel’s crimes against Palestinians and to do more to end the violence.

In an interview with CNN’s Anderson Cooper, Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas said that Israel must apologize to the Palestinian people for the violence that they have committed against them.

“No apology is needed, no apology at all, to Israel,” Abbas said.

“The only apology that Israel can offer to the Palestinians is to end their occupation and to give them a real chance to live.” 

“We are ready for any sort of apology, any kind of reconciliation, anything, because the only way to resolve this is to start peace negotiations with Israel and to get the United Kingdom out of the way,” Abbas added. 

Trump, who also has expressed support for Israel in the past, said