Palestinians clash with Border Police after funeral of Shuafat rioter, 1 shot in leg

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October 10, 2015 14:19

 
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Palestinian rioters clashed Saturday afternoon with Israeli Border Police at the Shuafat Refugee Camp in east Jerusalem, following the funeral of a Palestinian who was shot by security forces in response to his initial fire.

Security forces shot in the leg a Palestinian who approached them with a firebomb. The man was evacuated to a hospital for medical treatment.

The officers used crown dispersal means to quell the disturbance. 

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