One Palestinian youth sustained moderate wounds in Hebron City, southern West Bank, as scores suffered tear gas inhalation during clashes that broke between local residents and Israeli soldiersThe demonstration began Monday morning, with residents protesting Israel’s decision to list Ibrahimi Mosque, also known as the Tomb of the Patriarchs, under Jewish heritage listed places

The Ibrahimi Mosque is the place where Ibrahim’s tomb is located and is shared by Muslims, Jews & Christians as a holy place. Israeli settlers in Hebron around the holy temple frequently attack Palestinians in order to prevent them from visit holy site. Israeli troops keep a constant check point outside the entrance to deter Palestinians from entering the holy site.

On Sunday, Israel decided to enlist the site as a place of Jewish heritage, ignoring the right of Muslims and Christians, who are mostly Palestinian in the city, to the site.

The clashes today concentrated around Hebron’s old city, and the site of the temple. Israel settlers also attacked Palestinian officials who arrived to show support for the residents. Palestinian MP Mustafa al-Barghouti sustained light wounds due to the attacks.