Customers cautiously exit a store in Hong Kong, as a Molotov cocktail burns on the street during a clash between protesters and riot police on November 2, 2019. Photo: Reuters Customers cautiously exit a store in Hong Kong, as a Molotov cocktail burns on the street during a clash between protesters and riot police on November 2, 2019. Photo: Reuters
Customers cautiously exit a store in Hong Kong, as a Molotov cocktail burns on the street during a clash between protesters and riot police on November 2, 2019. Photo: Reuters
Clifton R. Emery
Opinion

Opinion

Clifton R. Emery

When both sides of the political spectrum are guilty of tolerating violence, Hong Kong is in danger

  • Tolerance of violence is increasingly becoming an indicator of loyalty for both blue and yellow ribbons. Hong Kong needs both sides to reflect and recommit to the principle of respect for non-violent civil disobedience

Customers cautiously exit a store in Hong Kong, as a Molotov cocktail burns on the street during a clash between protesters and riot police on November 2, 2019. Photo: Reuters Customers cautiously exit a store in Hong Kong, as a Molotov cocktail burns on the street during a clash between protesters and riot police on November 2, 2019. Photo: Reuters
Customers cautiously exit a store in Hong Kong, as a Molotov cocktail burns on the street during a clash between protesters and riot police on November 2, 2019. Photo: Reuters
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