Noah Browning and Luke Baker
By Noah Browning and Luke Baker
Palestinan East Jerusalem Seethes, But Will Uprising Last?
(Reuters) — For months, the streets of mainly Arab East Jerusalem, in the shadow of the Old City but where tourists seldom venture, have been ablaze, with daily clashes between armed Israeli police and Palestinians throwing rocks and Molotov cocktails. The roots of the unrest are many: from the killing in July of a Palestinian…
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