Joint List MK slams police for using rubber bullets to quell riots

In East Jerusalem, Joint List MKs also criticize what they deemed police brutality.

“Who made this decision? Most of the people wounded with rubber bullets, sponge bullets, were shot in the upper half of their body. I met with six people who were shot in the eye,” says MK Ahmad Tibi.

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