'Clashes erupt between Israelis, Palestinians in Nablus'

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May 6, 2013 14:23

 
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The IDF and police accompanied 2,500 worshipers Sunday night to the site of Joseph's Tomb in Nablus, Israel Radio reported.

Clashes broke out between Israeli security forces and Palestinians, witnesses were reported as saying to Palestinian news agency Maan.

According to Maan, Palestinians hurled stones toward the arriving Israeli visitors, and Israeli forces responded by firing tear gas and stun grenades.

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