Palestinians, security forces clash at Kalandia crossing

By MELANIE LIDMAN
August 26, 2011 15:36

 
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Several hundred Palestinians gathered at the Kalandia crossing north of Jerusalem and demonstrated against security forces who would not let them into the city to pray at Al Aqsa on Friday.

The demonstrators, who were joined by foreign pro-Palestinian activists, were dispersed by the army using tear gas and shock grenades after the demonstrators threw rocks at the soldiers.

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