Two people were killed and dozens injured in clashes in Jakarta Wednesday between security forces and people protesting at the bulldozing of a cemetery containing the remains of a revered Muslim scholar. Police fired tear gas, pepper bullets and water cannon to disperse dozens of men armed with machetes and sticks who had massed in the clashes that lasted all day, witnesses said. It left the area near Jakarta's international port looking like a war zone, with blood-stained streets and burning police vehicles sending black smoke into the sky. "Two people died and more than 50 were injured... the number may rise," national police spokesman Zainuri Lubis told reporters. City spokesman Cucu Ahmad Kurnia earlier gave a higher injured toll.