Four minors said arrested at protest marking 2 years since settler teen’s death

The right-wing Honenu group says four minors have been arrested at a Jerusalem rally marking the two-year anniversary of the death of settler teen Ahuvia Sandak.

Videos from the protest near the Strings Bridge at the entrance to the capital show cops shoving demonstrators trying to block traffic back onto the sidewalk, and a young boy being led away by police.

There is no immediate comment from police.

Sandak, 16, was killed when his car rolled over on a West Bank highway as he fled police after being accused of throwing stones at Palestinians. Protesters have pushed for the cops who chased him to be prosecuted, alleging that his car was rammed by police.

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