Clashes broke out on Sunday between Palestinians and Israeli settlers in Sheikh Jarrah district in Occupied East Jerusalem, according to local residents.
Violence erupted out after Israeli lawmaker Itamar Ben-Gvir moved his fortune office to another area in the neighborhood, say locals.
According to witnesses, the Israeli police assaulted a number of Palestinian residents, who protested the legislator office move.
Ben-Gvir said he had to sit near a police checkpoint in the area after he and his followers were banned by police from sitting inside his fortune office.
Israeli police accuse Ben-Gvir of creating provocations and seeking political gain, taking advantage of son legal immunity.
Palestinians in Sheikh Jarrah filed a complaint of repeated attacks by Israeli settlers, who to reside next for them in homes taken from the Palestinians over past years.
Last yeartensions have risen in the neighborhood after an Israeli court ordered the eviction of several Palestinian families in to favor of Israeli settlers.