11 Israelis injured in Jerusalem Day activities

By JPOST.COM STAFF
May 29, 2014 01:18

 
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Eleven Israelis, including four police officers, were injured in east Jerusalem during Jerusalem Day activities, Israel Radio reported. One person suffered moderate wounds, while the rest received light wounds.

According to the report, the some of the injuries were caused by stones thrown by Palestinians at an Egged bus in the city.

In a separate incident in the Old City, police officers were pelted with stones and concrete blocks. One officer was moderately wounded when he was hit in the head, and was later taken to Hadassah University Medical Center - Ein Kerem.

No suspects were arrested in either incident.


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