At least three Palestinians were injured by Israeli forces in Hebron on Friday during protests as tensions grow regarding restrictions at the al-Aqsa mosque compound, as well as anger against Israeli settlers in the city. Demonstrators were reportedly targeted with live ammunition and rubber-coated steel bullets. Clashes erupted following a march in solidarity with protesters decrying Israeli... Еще Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's restrictions on entry to Jerusalem's al-Aqsa compound. Violence has spread across Palestinian territories, after Israeli officials installed metal detectors and extra security cameras in the al-Aqsa compound following a shooting at the site in which three Palestinians were killed alongside two Israeli police officers. Some of the measures at al-Aqsa have since been removed, but tensions are still high over the remaining Israel security at the site in East Jerusalem.