20-year-old injured in Friday's clashes in capital released from hospital

November 22, 2014 19:12


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A 20-year-old man who was injured Friday during clashes between Jews and Arabs in east Jerusalem was released from the Shaare Zedek Medical Center on Saturday.

Two men in their twenties were injured on the Mount of Olives when a brawl broke out between a group of Jewish worshippers – en route to the nearby Beit Orot yeshiva – and Arab youths.

Police quickly dispersed the crowd as Magen David Adom paramedics arrived at the yeshiva to treat a 24 year old with stab wounds to his upper body and a 21 year old with bruises to his head.

The second 20-year-old man remains hospitalized in moderate condition.

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