Riots breakout in Hebron after Friday prayers

By JPOST.COM STAFF, REUTERS
October 23, 2015 13:37

 
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Riots broke out between Palestinian protesters and Israel Security Forces at the conclusion of Friday prayers in Hebron.

Rioters began throwing stones and at Israeli forces, who responded with crowd dispersal tactics in an effort to restore order to the area.

Palestinian factions called for mass rallies against Israel in the West Bank and east Jerusalem in a "day of rage" on earlier Friday, as world and regional powers pressed on with talks to try to end more than three weeks of bloodshed.

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