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May 19, 1976 - Image 6

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Israeli police kill
Arab protester

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday, May 19, 1976

fHE MICHIGAN DAILY Wednesday, May 19, 1976

Ry The Avraited Press
Israeli police gunfire yester-
day killed another Arab rioter
in occupied East Jerusalem.
Defiant Arabs marked the
bloodstained spot where he fell,
only steps from the Church of
the Holy Sepulcher, with a ring
of stones.
Mahmoud al Qurd, 21, was
10th Arab killed in the wave of
anti-Israel unrest that has grip-
ped the occupied West Bank of
the Jordan since early this
year. Three have died in the
last three days.
E a r I i e r yesterday, black
smoke rose over the city from
burning tires used by Arabs
to block streets. Israel radio
said troop reinforceements were
rushed to the nwhest Bank area
and riot police in white helmets

took positions along sections of
t h e Jerusalem's medieval
walls.
Police said Qurd was in a
group of Arabs that attacked a
small police patrol with stones
and bottles in a narrow bazaar
street just outside the church
traditionally considered the bur-
ial place of Christ. The patrol
opened fire and the Arab was
hit in the head.
Elsewhere in the Middle
E;ast:
The prime ministers of Syria
and Egypt meet Wednesday in
Ridyah, the capital of Saudi
Arabia, in efforts to bring an
end to the nine-month feud be-
tween their countries and set
up a summit meeting next
month for Presidents Anwar So-
dat of Egypt and Hafey.Assad
of Syria.

An Israeli border policeman grabs an Arab youth caught throwing stones at other police from
the top of Lions Gate leading to East Jerusalem, The incident followed yesterday's funeral
of an Arab shooting victim.

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