5 arrested in Majdal Shams over 'Naksa Day' protests

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July 12, 2011 10:13

 
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Five Majdal Shams residents have been arrested on suspicion of stone throwing and disturbing the peace during the Naksa Day protests a month ago.

Police intend to indite them based on evidence from eyewitnesses.

Since the beginning of the police investigations 33 residents of Majdal Shams have been arrested and a large proportion of them have been indicted. 

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