4 activists arrested for rowdy behavior at B-G airport

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July 8, 2011 13:58

 
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Police arrested at least four pro-Palestinian activists on Friday after they caused disruptions at Ben Gurion Airport while waiting for "flightilla" activists expected to land in Israel in the coming hours.

Activists held up signs inside the terminal saying "Welcome to Palestine."

Several of them were taken outside by police where they were arrested and attacked by bystanders.

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