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Israeli police fire live ammunition in Sheikh Jarrah
Tuesday, January 10, 2012 | 00:59
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Silwan, Jerusalem (SILWANIC) —

Israeli police and Border Guardes fired live shots in the air near Al-Sumoud camp in Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood of East Jerusalem on 7 January. Shots were fired in an attempt to intimidate local youth confronting vast numbers of Israeli troops and settlers.

Camp residents stated that “flocks of settlers provoked young people who were playing outside a camp building. They cursed them, provoked one child to throw a stone at the settlers. When the settlers called the police, they appeared immediately, and began firing live ammunition as terrified masses of camp residents flocked onto the main road.”

Witnesses stated that none of the settlers were hurt, and that a silence had descended on Sheikh Jarrah after the crowds dispersed.

Israeli forces in Sheikh Jarrah

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