Ultra-Orthodox Jews attack Christian tourists in Jerusalem
A group of 50 pro-Israel Christian tourists came under attack Wednesday from some 100 residents of the ultra-Orthodox neighborhood of Mea She'arim in Jerusalem.
Three of the tourists and a police officer were wounded in the attack. They received treatment at the scene.
The tourists arrived at Mea She'arim wearing orange T-shirts with the words "Love your neighbor as yourself" printed across them.
As they neared one of the squares, the local residents apparently identified them as Christians and began to hit them.
Police forces in the area stepped in to stop the violence, but did not make any arrests.
Police say they are waiting for the tourists to file official complaints.
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