Watch: PA Police Drive Back Jews at Joseph's Tomb

Group of Jews driven back from holy site by PA security forces, shortly before five were reportedly beaten.

Yoni Kempinski ,

Illustrative: Palestinian graffiti at Joseph's Tomb
Illustrative: Palestinian graffiti at Joseph's Tomb
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A group of 30 Jews who attempted to visit Joseph's Tomb near Shechem (Nablus) overnight Saturday/Sunday were driven back by Palestinian Authority (PA) police forces, who later beat a group of Jewish visitors until the IDF arrived. 

The Jewish visitors caught footage of the PA police standing guard at the holy site, which was torched just last week. 

Five Jews were in fact beaten by PA police, attorney Itamar Ben-Gvir revealed Sunday morning, including minors. The IDF arrested the victims after rescuing them from the beating, and have apparently prevented them from receiving medical treatment.