Near an Israeli-owned hotel in the heart of the Greek capital Athens, an anti-Israel mob rioted outside the "Brown" hotel in Athens. 

The protests, which escalated into riots, saw demonstrators attempting to breach the hotel premises where a group of Israelis were reportedly staying.

The protests erupted at Omonia Square, with demonstrators chanting slogans against Israel and attempting to forcefully enter the hotel. Greek police swiftly intervened, deploying gas grenades to disperse the crowd and restore order to the area.

Footage from the scene captured the chaotic scenes as protesters dispersed amidst the sound of exploding grenades. Despite the unrest, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs confirmed that there were no known Israeli casualties resulting from the incident.... Read More: i24