BBC NEWS | Middle East | Clash in tense Israeli-Arab town
Israeli-Arab protesters have clashed with police as Jewish Israeli right-wingers marched in the majority-Arab town of Umm al-Fahm.
Thirteen arrests were made as police used tear gas and water cannon to disperse stone-throwing protesters.
Israeli-Arab residents of the town view the march as highly provocative and had vowed to stop it.
The High Court gave permission for the march, but police had postponed it several times, fearing violence.
About 2,500 police in riot gear flanked about 100 far-right activists as they marched on the outskirts of the town, waving Israeli flags.
Remind anyone else of the Stokie march?