Dozens of Palestinian youths riot outside Ma'aleh Adumim overnight, 2 arrested

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July 5, 2014 08:05

 
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Dozens of residents of the Palestinian village Eizariya rioted near the entrance to the West Bank settlement of Ma'aleh Adumim overnight, police said Saturday morning.

The youths threw rocks and rolled tires towards the square. Police, Border Police, and special security forces were called to the scene.

Rocks, Molotov cocktails, and fireworks were thrown at the forces. Two young men were arrested, aged 21 and 22. One was a resident of Eizariya, the other a resident of Haifa who said he was celebrating the holiday with family in Eizariya.


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