Palestinian rioters hurl firebombs at Israeli security forces in east Jerusalem

By NOAM AMIR/MAARIV HASHAVUA
November 29, 2015 22:23

 
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Palestinian assailants hurled some 10 Molotov cocktails at security forces Sunday night in the east Jerusalem neighborhood of Ras al-Amud.

According to the IDF, the Israel forces determined that they were in a life-threatening situation and fired toward to lower extremities of a suspect, who threw a firebomb and disappeared from the scene.

No strikes were confirmed, however, Palestinian media reported that a Palestinian teenager died from wounds sustained in the incident.

Security forces were using crowd control measures to disperse youth and masked rioters gathered in the area. 

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