16 Beitar fans arrested for rioting in Malha

By JPOST.COM STAFF
March 29, 2012 17:33

 
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Jerusalem Police announced Thursday that they have arrested 16 fans of the Beitar Jerusalem soccer team for disturbances in the Malha Mall last Monday.

Of the 16 arrested, 10 were placed under house arrest by order of the Jerusalem Magistrate's Court. Six others were waiting for a hearing with the court.

Police noted that they did not suspect any of the arrested fans of involvement in the violence or the attacks on the mall's Arab workers.

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