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Palestinians Riot in West Bank, Gaza

Violence spread across the West Bank and Gaza today, after Hamas called for a "day of rage." The rioting broke out just before Donald Trump's visit to Israel, and The Times of Israel reports that the terrorist-incited chaos has already led to injuries:

Israeli security forces faced off against Palestinian rioters Friday in multiple locations throughout the West Bank and along the Gaza border, as hundreds took part in the violent demonstrations.

Demonstrators burned tires and hurled rocks at Israeli security forces, who were responding with non-lethal means. On the Gaza border Palestinians claimed live fire was used in some instances as rioters approached the border fence.

An Israeli soldier and a Border Policeman were lightly wounded by rock throwers during a riot near the West Bank village of Aboud, north of Ramallah...

Hamas had called for a “day of rage” on Thursday, in an apparent attempt to inflame the Palestinian streets ahead of US President Donald Trump’s visit next week, as well as a show of solidarity with huner-striking prisoners in Israeli jails...

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