Photo gallery: Palestinian protesters mark Nakba Day

Rioters injured as IDF opens fire on Gaza border; several Palestinians arrested for throwing stones near Bethlehem, Issawiya.

May 15, 2011 15:18

nakba day protests_311. (photo credit: REUTERS/Ammar Awad )


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Nearly 10,000 border police officers on Sunday were stationed throughout the country in cities with Arab and Jewish populations and areas where conflict was expected in light of Nakba Day.

Nakba Day violence strikes in W. Bank, Gaza, Lebanon
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Police were asked to show restraint and not release live fire, unless there was a real threat to human life.

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