CBNNews.com - In Israel, a recent clash between Palestinians and Jews highlights a growing problem for the Jewish state, radical Muslims living within the borders of Israel.
The Arab town of Umm al-Fahm is known as a stronghold of the radical islamic movement.
Conservative Jews marched through the town this week, demanding that Arab Israelis living there show loyalty to the State of Israel.
Some Arab citizens responded by throwing rocks at marchers, forcing Israeli police to use tear gas to drive them back.
The leader of the Jewish group defended the decision to march through the town.
"Tell me," Baruch Marzel told one reporter, when they had two months ago in Tel Aviv a march with Palestinian flags, you asked the same questions or you run like with Jews do it. I am asking you if you asked the same questions when Arabs do it in Tel Aviv, or you think they can do it in Tel Aviv and I can't do it in Umm al-Fahm."