Israeli Arabs’ anger erupts in clashes
The mounting annoyance of Israel’s Arab minority erupted into aggression when a group of far-right Jewish activists march into the country’s second-largest Arab town, infuriating clashes between local protester and security forces.

Hundreds of police were deploy in Umm al-Fahm on Wednesday to accompany the few dozen rightwing demonstrators, who were granted consent to stage their rally by the High Court this year. Cream of the crop of the Israeli Arab group of people denounced the march both as a aggravation and as a symptom of a broader rise in anti-Arab feeling under the rightwing government.

The clash began after local youths threw shingle at the police, who respond by firing round of tear gas and stun missiles

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