Palestinian ‘Day of Rage’ Riots Break Out Ahead of UN Vote on Yerushalayim


Violent Palestinian riots broke out across the West Bank and on the Israel-Gaza Strip border on Wednesday after Palestinian factions, including Palestinian Authority (PA) President Mahmoud Abbas’ Fatah party, incited a “day of rage” ahead of a United Nations General Assembly vote on Yerushalayim.

Thousands of Palestinian rioters threw firebombs and rocks at Israeli Border Police officers, including in Qalandiya and other highly-populated Palestinian areas.

The riots were encouraged by the PA following Monday’s US veto of a UN Security Council resolution that called for the withdrawal of President Donald Trump’s recognition of Yerushalayim as Israel’s capital. The Palestinians, supported by Turkey and Bolivia, initiated a UN General Assembly vote on the same measure that was slated to take place on Thursday.




  1. But there HAS BEEN a “2 state” condition since the partition of Jordan/ Israel in 1948! Why didn’t Jordan take care of the Palestinians between 1948 – 1967????

  2. If the IDF would only shoot to kill, the Pali’s would get the message immediately and go back home. But alas, the corrupt government/judges won’t allow it. Sick sick people.

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