Ahronovitch: I will get to root of Taybeh crime issue

April 11, 2011 15:08


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Public Security Minister Yitzhak Aharonovitch has announced that he will focus on fixing the city of Taybeh's crime woes as increased clashes broke out between the Abd el-Qadr and Hariri families.

Aharonovitch told the Taybeh mayor that "I don't distinguish between a Taybeh and Herzliya resident, both of them deserve to feel safe," adding that he would "apply all my weight, and use all the tools necessary to get to the root of the problem."

Police responded to the public security minister's task Monday, saying "we have received the ministers decision to prioritize and return personal security to the city's residents. We are investing great effort in order to complete the task."

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