Clashes between police forces, Arab youth, and Jewish right-wing activists continued Friday night in the Arab-populated cities of Israel, TASS reported.
After clashes in the streets, unknown individuals in hats and masks threw Molotov cocktails at the house of an Israeli Arab family, injuring two children aged 10 and 12.
Also, a journalist of an Israeli TV channel was attacked in Jaffa. The windows of this reporter’s car were broken and tear gas was thrown inside the car, Kan radio station reports. Roads in Jaffa were closed off at night, roadblocks were set up, and a large number of police were on the streets.
Clashes between Israeli police and Arab youths continued in the city of Lod, too, where a curfew was imposed for the third night in a row, and in Ramla, as well as in several districts of East Jerusalem.
The rioters in Lod set the public center building on fire, and another fire broke out in a two-story building, where six people suffered injuries from smoke inhalation.