300 set out from Tuba to Rosh Pina, police stop the march

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October 3, 2011 08:55

 
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Following the torching of a mosque in the Tuba Zangria overnight Sunday, a group of some 300 people marched out of Tuba in the direction of Rosh Pina with the intention of blocking major traffic arteries. During the procession, marchers began throwing stones toward police forces and set tires on fire.

Police forces prevented them from reaching the main junction using crowd dispersal means. Additional police forces were dispatched to the scene.

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