There has been an escalation of Arab attacks all week long, but since early Friday afternoon, Arabs have been violently rioting throughout Judea, Samaria and Jerusalem following Arab calls for violent demonstrations.
Dozens of attacks have been reported today, here is a partial roundup of some of the attacks:
Local Mount of Olive residents were told to bring in their Sukkahs overnight, after they received advance warning that Arabs were planning to burn down their Sukkahs on Friday with firebombs.
Hundred of Arabs were stoning Jews with cinder-blocks and stones on the road leading to the Mount of Olives neighborhoods.
Undercover police officers managed to identify and apprehend the ringleaders of the riot, and dispersed the remaining Arab hooligans.
From Tazpit News Agency:
Approximately 100 Arabs are rioting near Kever Rachel.
Two pipe bombs were thrown near Kever Rachel.
Near Sha’ar Shechem (Damascus Gate) in Jerusalem, a policeman was lightly injured by Arab rock throwers.
A soldier was injured near Beit Omar from stone throwing. His teeth were broken when a stone hit him in the face.
Near Assawiyah in Jerusalem, Arabs are throwing stones and burning tires.
Arab are throwing stones at Beit Hadassah in Hebron.
Arabs are burning an agricultural field near Hebron.
Arabs are rioting near Shechem.
Arabs threw stones at cars near Efrat in Gush Etzion.
A firebomb was thrown at IDF troops near Beit Omar.
On road 60, between Gush Etzion and Hebron, Arabs are throwing stones at cars and policemen.
Arabs lit up a tire between Beit Fa’jar and Migdal Oz in Gush Etzion.
Violent riots have been reported near Ne’elin. One person was injured.
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