The number of Palestinians injured in clashes with Israeli police in East Jerusalem has exceeded 305, TASS reported.
More than 305 people were injured during clashes with the occupying forces in the Al-Aqsa mosque and the vicinity of the Old City of Jerusalem the media quoted a representative of the Palestinian Red Crescent Society as saying.
According to him, currently, 228 people are in hospitals, seven of them are in critical condition and sent for surgery.
Earlier, Al Mayadeen, broadcasting from Beirut, reported on 278 wounded Palestinians.
Clashes between Arab residents and Israeli police in the area of the Al-Aqsa mosque in East Jerusalem have already completely stopped. Israeli police have now opened the passages to the mosque, where a significant number of believers followed.
Palestinian news agency WAFA reported that clashes in East Jerusalem resumed on Monday and continued until noon caused by the harsh treatment of the believers who had gathered for prayer during the Muslim fast in the month of Ramadan by the police.