Police clash with east Jerusalem residents

By JPOST.COM STAFF
September 7, 2014 18:54

 
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Dozens of east Jerusalem residents clashed with police on Sunday at the capital's Wadi Joz neighborhood.

Israel Police said masked men were throwing rocks and fireworks towards officers, but that there were no injuries.

A police vehicle was damaged in the attack. 

Palestinians were protesting after a teenager who was critically shot by Israel Police a week ago was declared dead on Sunday.





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