7 wounded in fight between families in Tamra

By JPOST.COM STAFF
February 13, 2010 15:53

 
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Seven people were lightly wounded Saturday in a fight that broke out between two feuding families in the Arab town of in the . Brawlers apparently made use of guns, among other weapons.



The wounded men were evacuated to hospitals in and Nahariya. Police were using non-lethal weapons to disperse the rioters.


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