Arab teens held for threatening J'lem shop-owners

By ETGAR LEFKOVITS
July 18, 2006 18:49

Jerusalem police on Tuesday arrested 13 Arab teens who allegedly threatened Arab merchants of the Old City to shut their shops in solidarity with the Lebanese, police said. The suspects, who were apprehended in two police sweeps in the late morning, are all residents of east Jerusalem.


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