Two Palestinian boys arrested by Border Police for throwing stones in east Jerusalem

September 17, 2015 14:49


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Palestinians in the east Jerusalem neighborhood of A-Tur hurled stones at Israeli vehicles on Thursday. No injuries were reported.

A Border Police patrol nearby gave chase after the suspects after coming under a hail of stones.

Two 10-year-old boys were arrested, and authorities are looking for their parents.

"We are seeing youngsters riot time after time," said a Border Police officer in Jerusalem. "They are juveniles, and they are party to activities that threaten the lives of innocents."

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