Rioting Palestinians injure 10 Israeli border guards

JERUSALEM (JTA) — An Israel police border guard was stabbed and nine other officers were injured at the Palestinian Shufat refugee camp in Jerusalem.

The injuries reportedly occurred while one of the officers was making an arrest on Tuesday. Other Palestinians from the camp were arrested for throwing stones and rioting.

The Palestinian that allegedly stabbed the police officer was taken to Hadassah Hospital in Jerusalem after sustaining injuries during his arrest. Relatives of the alleged stabber rioted at the hospital after being prevented from entering the emergency room, according to Haaretz.  

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