2 arrested as police destroy illegal building in Umm el-Fahm

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July 22, 2009 08:21

 
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Two men were arrested overnight Tuesday during the destruction of an illegal structure in Umm el-Fahm. According to reports, the building had been destroyed a few months ago, but was rebuilt. Seventeen residents of the village tried to prevent authorities from destroying the building, and a few youths threw stones on Highway 65.

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