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‘Terrorists feel free’: Jewish extremism spikes in Israel amid Al-Aqsa mosque clashes — RT News

1.10.15

‘Terrorists feel free’: Jewish extremism spikes in Israel amid Al-Aqsa mosque clashes — RT News: A wave of violence centered around the Al-Aqsa mosque, which was attacked by extremist Jews, has reached the West Bank. Palestinian demonstrators clashed with Israeli police, while rotesters hurled stones at security forces, who used rubber bullets against them.

Hundreds of demonstrators marched towards the Israeli settlement of Bet El on Tuesday, throwing rocks at “passing vehicles and at forces that arrived at the scene,” according to Israeli police.

In turn, Israeli security forces used tear gas, stun grenades and fired rubber and low-calibre bullets at the legs of protesters, at least six of whom suffered leg injuries.


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