Clashes between Palestinian and security forces renewed in Jerusalem area

July 22, 2017 19:24


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Clashes between Palestinians and security forces were renewed Saturday evening when several masked perpetrators hurled rocks at policemen in the Arab-majority neighborhood of A-Tur in east Jerusalem.
Forces fended off the attack using riot dispersal means.

Near the Mount of Olives, demonstrators hurled rocks and glass bottles at security forces and were dispersed as well.

Police also said that masked rioters hurled rocks and threw a burning tire down the road in the Jerusalem neighborhood of Isawiya.
In the east Jerusalem neighborhood of Shuafat protesters hurled rocks at security forces.

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