Israeli car set on fire in Taibe, man rescued by locals

Locals attack Israeli driver in Taibe, man not injured.

By JPOST.COM STAFF
November 9, 2014 23:48
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Israeli car set on fire in Taibe. (photo credit: BURKA.NET)

 
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Locals in Taibe forcefully removed an Israeli driver from his car on Sunday night and then set it on fire.

The Israeli man was saved by another local and the police arrived on the scene.

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He did not need medical treatment and the incident is under investigation.


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