DOZENS were hurt in clashes as Jerusalem burned yesterday.
The fighting flared up during night time prayers in the holy city’s Mosque - the area’s worst period of violence this year.
PM Benjamin Netanyahu defended Israeli police action against Palestinian protesters at night-time prayers.
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It comes ahead of a ruling today over whether dozens of Palestinians will be evicted from the Sheikh Jarrah region and replaced with Israeli settlers.
Yesterday a Free Palestine rally marched in London.
Dramatic photos showed protestors marching down Whitehall, draped in green, white and red flags, with a heavy police presence at the demo.