Police arrest 13 in east Jerusalem for disturbing the peace, rioting

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September 30, 2015 10:15

 
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Overnight Tuesday police in east Jerusalem arrested 13 people suspected of disturbing the peace and rioting. Among the suspects were eight adults and five minors. 

Police said that since Rosh Hashana, more than two weeks ago, 174 people have been arrested in the capital for rioting - 105 adults and 69 minors. In addition 10 children under the age of 12, the minimum age for criminal responsibility, were apprehended by police who transferred their matters to the welfare services. 

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