“This is the first time in my life that I’m participating in something that’s so violent,” said Ali, a 24-year-old mother of four.
“I was crying, because my son had just been hit with a rubber bullet.
I was also crying because my husband was being shot with live ammunition, and I didn’t know what to do.”
Ali said she and her husband were able to find a doctor who was able to perform the surgery in the area where she was hit.
“We went there with our family and brought the wounded to the hospital,” she said.
“The doctors took the bullet out of the bullet and put it in the hole in the ground where we were standing.
It was not painful.”
She said that the doctors said the bullet had not penetrated the tissue and that she was safe to return home.
She said she believes the incident was related to an anti-Semitic incident at the restaurant.
“It was very strange,” she added.
“What did we do?
We tried to stop this.
Why didn’t they just shoot us?”
After the attack, several local residents came out to the street and started chanting, “You have to pay attention to the people of Israel.”
“We had to confront the Israelis and the Palestinians.
It’s a crime to attack a person, a person of the Jewish faith, and not a person with a gun,” said Ahmad, a resident of Beit Lahiya.
“This kind of attack is against all the people in Israel.
It is a crime that we don’t want to hear.”
The local residents also called for an investigation into the attack.
“These are our children, our grandchildren, and our great-grandchildren,” Ahmad said.
The police spokesperson said that she had received dozens of calls from Palestinians and Israelis expressing their outrage over the incident.
“In light of this incident, we are doing everything we can to determine who is responsible and the motivation behind the attack,” the spokesperson said.
According to the police, the attack took place in the village of Shatila near the northern city of Nablus, which is located some 75 kilometers (43 miles) west of Jerusalem.
“On Thursday, an unidentified man was arrested for allegedly attacking a Palestinian with a knife, who died after he was hospitalized,” the police said in a statement.
“During the course of the investigation, the perpetrator of the attack was identified as a member of the ultra-Orthodox Jewish community, who was arrested after being found in possession of the knife,” it added.
In recent months, the police have stepped up security in Nablu and in several other cities, particularly Jerusalem, after clashes between Palestinians and Israeli settlers in the West Bank.
“For the past six years, I’ve been living in this area, and these recent incidents, I’m just so worried,” said Zeenat, who declined to give her last name.
“People here have suffered a lot, and this attack has put them on edge.”
On Friday, dozens of Palestinian protesters clashed with police in Jerusalem’s Old City, after a police officer fired at them.
“When I came here to take a photo, a policeman pointed a gun at me and told me to stop taking photos.
I didn´t have time to get out of his way, so I ran and hid behind a building,” said Shadi, who said she was not afraid of police.
“At the moment, I don’t know who is behind it or what is happening.”
Police said that they had detained two people in connection with the attack in the Old City.
“A person who is a known criminal and a known violent extremist is suspected of the attempted murder of a police investigator and the wounding of a security guard in a public place,” the Jerusalem police said.
It did not provide further details on the identity of the alleged assailant.
The protest came after the Israeli government approved a bill that would ban the entry of Palestinians and other citizens from the West bank to Jerusalem, the Gaza Strip and other areas in the occupied West Bank in a move seen by some as a bid to ease tensions with the Palestinians who seek to establish independent statehood in the territory.
“Today, the Israeli parliament is trying to change the law to allow the entry to the city of Jerusalem for Palestinians from Gaza and the occupied territories,” Palestinian leader Saeb Erekat said in remarks broadcast by state-run al-Quds television.
“They want to take us back to a pre-1967 status and to destroy our rights,” he added.
Jerusalem has been the epicenter of protests by Palestinians and settlers in recent years, with hundreds of people being arrested during the demonstrations and several others killed.
“There are several thousand Israeli settlers and settlers, but we are also faced with hundreds, thousands of Palestinian demonstrators,” said Alaa Abu Alghabra, a spokeswoman for the Fatah party in the Israeli-controlled West Bank, which leads the government in the Palestinian