Jew lightly hurt as Arabs and haredim clash in Sheikh Jarrah

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April 5, 2010 15:21

 
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A Jewish man was lightly hurt and an Arab arrested in a fight that erupted Monday between Arabs and haredi Jews near the tomb of Shimon Hatzadik in Sheikh Jarrah.

As Arab residents of the east Jerusalem neighborhood threw stones at local Jews, one man was hit on the head. He was lightly wounded and received treatment at the scene. The man suspected of throwing the stone was arrested, and police restored quiet to the area.

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