IDF, police ready for Arab unrest in wake of flotilla clash

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May 31, 2010 08:42

 
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The IDF and Israeli police are preparing for the possibility of demonstrations and violence among Palestinians as well as Israeli-Arabs, reported Army Radio Monday.

The preparation comes in the wake of foreign reports that at least 10 international activists in the Gaza flotilla have been killed in clashes with Israeli soldiers.

Israel has not yet released an official statement on the clashes aboard the flotilla ships.

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