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World "We hate them and they hate us!" : In Jerusalem Tensions between Arabs and Jews make at least 125 wounded

10:05  23 april  2021
10:05  23 april  2021 Source:   francetvinfo.fr

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clashes erupted Thursday in Jerusalem between Palestinian protesters and Israeli forces.

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Fireworks against dispersion grenades, pebbles against rubber bullets: for the tenth consecutive day, Thursday, April 22, east of the old town, the police want to prevent the Muslims who celebrate the Ramadan to sit on the steps of a large staircase. 100 meters away, west, Jewish extremists have come to face the Arabs.

In the water cannons stench, the police charge the Palestinians who respond. Mohamed stands at a good distance. "The Arabs and the Jews are fighting. It's Ramadan. Every year we stay here, we sit down, we talk with friends ... and there, they come with problems!", Explain-T -he. The black horses of the mounted police avoid ambulances. We heal a wounded on a stretcher.

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"Every country has its rules"

"they do not want us to stay here. They hate them and they hate us!", Exclaims Mohamed. "They" are 100 meters away, separated by the police. Ultra nationalist and religious Jews who shout: "Death to Arabs!", "The Arabs are females!" Moshe is attached to a metal barrier. "It's up to us and there are things we need to settle, stop, justify it. These are not normal people, they are people looking to do problems. Each Country has its rules. There are hours when you can do your holidays, there are hours when you can sing, eat, dance. I do not know where it is marked that they have a party ".

The crowd disperses. Above the terraces are crowded. A dozen pacifist Israelis surround one of theirs that has received tear gas from a Jewish extremist. Thursday evening Local media reported 20 injured Israeli policemen and 105 at the Palestinians of Jerusalem East.

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