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Molotov cocktail injures 2 Arab kids in Jaffa; nationwide riots continue

CM 14/05/2021


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Two Arab Israeli children were injured by a Molotov cocktail that was thrown into their residence in the Ajami neighborhood of Jaffa on Friday night as riots between Arabs and Jews continue to grip Israel. 
MDA medics evacuated a 12-year-old boy in moderate condition with burns to his torso and a 10-year-old girl with a head wound to Sheba Medical Center in Ramat Gan. 
The injured children’s father told Haaretz after the incident that “we were sitting in the living room, suddenly we saw the fire coming in here from the living room window. I put the boy in the bathtub. At the last minute, after I put out some of the fire, the neighbors came to help.”
The grandfather reportedly told Haaretz that “I live near. I tried to leave the house to help the children, I wanted to come and the police did not let me pass. I tried to explain to them that a disaster had happened. They did not let me go.”

Security footage from the area showed two men in hoodies fleeing the scene. Police have opened an investigation into the incident.

Molotov cocktails were reportedly thrown at two additional houses in the neighborhood, but caused no damage to persons or property, according to Haaretz. Additional searches of the area revealed that the rioters had apparently left behind more Molotov cocktails.

Later on Friday night in Jaffa, Channel 13 News reporter Omri Maniv was assaulted in his car by rioters, who broke the mirrors on his car and sprayed him with pepper spray, Magen David Adom reported.
MDA paramedics reportedly treated him at the scene for light injuries.

Rioters set fire to a community center in Lod Friday amid ongoing civil unrest between Arabs and Jews in the mixed city, the fire service reported. 

Three firefighting teams arrived to the scene to put out the blaze. Another fire was also set a two-story building in Lod, with some six people suffering from smoke inhalation after being evacuated. 

Five suspects have been arrested after firing a cap gun next to a synagogue in Jerusalem. The suspects drove up to the synagogue and fired the cap gun the direction of the worshippers according to a police report.They immediately fled the scene but where caught by nearby police officers and taken in for questioning.Earlier, police arrested two suspects in Jerusalem for throwing Molotov cocktails and starting a fire.

The suspects threw the Molotov cocktails on Hebron Road in Jerusalem, causing a fire to start in a field of thorns.
 
In addition, two suspects were arrested on suspicion of firing gun shots in the air during riots in the Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood of Jerusalem.
Israel Police detained the suspects who fired into the air at a violent riot, during which rioters threw stones, Molotov cocktails, and set off firecrackers.
Police at the scene cleared the crowd using dispersal techniques, and detained the two suspects who carried out the shooting.Other incidents occurred in Jerusalem on Friday as well. In the A-Tur neighborhood of east Jerusalem, Palestinian rioters threw Molotov cocktails and stones at police, while border police also attempted to quell riots in Silwan and Issawiya

Source: Jerusalem Post

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