Protests renew in Jerusalem after Tel Aviv anti-racism rally turns violent

Police forces in Jerusalem were bracing Monday for an expected demonstration by Israeli Ethiopians, following a massive anti-racism rally that turned violent in Tel Aviv the day before.

The latest rally was due to take place at 11 a.m. outside the Prime Minister’s Office in the capital’s Givat Ram neighborhood.

Police said security forces would permit the protest within the limits of the law and order, stressing that police would intervene using dispersal means if demonstrations spilled over to cause harm to the general public.


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