Zionist Israeli Regime Police Brutality Protest in Jerusalem Turns Violent
A demonstration against the zionist Israeli police’s brutality in Jerusalem reportedly turned violent after law enforcers used force to disperse hundreds of protesters, including Israelis of Ethiopian descent.
Police used water cannons, tear gas and stun grenades to disperse a demonstration against police brutality targeting Israeli Jews of Ethiopian origin in Jerusalem on Thursday evening, Sputnik reported.
At least 13 people were injured, with two police officers and five protesters taken to hospital.
The demonstration, which started as a peaceful march near Israel’s national police headquarters in East Jerusalem, was initiated after the emergence of a video clip that showed two police officers assaulting an Ethiopian army conscript.
More than 120,000 Ethiopian Jews have come to Israel since 1973.